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CSS Pie helps you to embed pie charts into your website or web application easily with limited CSS and Javascript knowledge. Here are some of the features CSS Pie provides out-of-the-box:

A jQuery plugin that changes the value of pie chart A set of themes that can be switched easily Project InfoWeb: http://code.google.com/p/css-pie/ Source: https://css-pie.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ or http://css-pie.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ Setup InstructionsHere's how you set up CSS Pie on your site:

Upload the "csspie" folder to your server, and place it in whatever folder you like. A good choice would be your CSS folder. Add the following lines to every of your site. Make sure href paths are correct. If you do not want jQuery plugin, remove script line:
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Compressed files (these go in the HTML):csspie/csspie.css csspie/csspie.js csspie/images/ Source files:source/csspie.css source/csspie.js source/images/ > Contains photoshop pie image files for customizing you Pie images. Extra InformationFor creadits and origins, see AUTHORS text file For license instructions, see LICENSE text file For the latest updates, see CHANGELOG text file

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