Can anyone help? I am looking for code for a fundraising thermometer. I have looked and looked and looked. I need it to be html and js Can point me in the right direction.

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I just had to get this one out there. I love daniweb, and I'm sure the [B]VAST[/B] majority of the users here do as well. And, unlike many other websites this one's community is made up of some of the greatest IT and Development minds around "as well as noobs trying to learn how to climb the ladder such as myself". In my humble opinion I believe it would be possible, maybe even a good idea to outsource some IT or Development related tasks to volunteering community members to reduce some costs "and likely make both a tighter community and …

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Sean Tevis needed 3,000 people willing to donate $8.34 to his campaign for the Kansas state legislature. Instead, he's up to 5,298 -- and still going. He did it with a [URL="http://seantevis.com/kansas/3000/running-for-office-xkcd-style/"]single website[/URL] in the style of [URL="http://xkcd.com/"]XKCD[/URL], the geek comic strip that has replaced Dilbert on many office doors, and a simple calculation: he needed $26,000 to run for office -- which meant 3,000 people donating $8.34 each. He got it in 37.25 hours. Political fundraising on the Internet isn't new -- ironically, [URL="http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/07/20/MN5711S3D5.DTL"]some sources[/URL] mark its starting point in 2000 when John McCain raised $500,000 in a single …

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The End.