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Creating a Simple Pie Chart in CSS using a Conic-Gradient

The easiest way to get a simple pie chart using only CSS.

Creating a quick pie chart is a common issue in web development. In fact, I came across the issue today and it took a while to find an easy solution that didn’t require strange calculations, CSS variables, or external libraries.

But after a while of searching, I came across a solution that uses the conic-gradient CSS property to create a simple pie chart. And while I agree that it isn’t the best-looking solution, it can certainly be a good option if…

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