Meter

The meter component allows you to visualise some progress or score.

Every Meter consists of a .meter and a .meter--bar within that. There may be other type-specific children. The meter-bar has a .is-X% option, which needs to be set to the percentage of the current meter's value. In most cases, you should add the percentage into the .meter--bar for accessibility reasons.

Progress Meter

The progress meter is the most basic meter you can have. It indicates % of completion or progress. Use .meter.is-progress for this variant:

Example
<div class="meter is-progress">
    <div class="meter--bar is-72%">72%</div>
</div>
72%

You can also add a label, by adding a .meter--label element.

Example
<div class="meter is-progress" style="max-width: 400px;">
    <div class="meter--bar is-48%"></div>
    <div class="meter--label">48%</div>
</div>
48%

Question Score Meter

There is supposed to be a meter component indicating the relative question score. The value of this meter is going to be influenced by such things as votes, close/lock status and answers. Use .meter.is-question-score for this component:

Example
<div class="meter is-question-score">
    <div class="meter--bar is-72%">72%</div>
</div>
72%