There wasn't any Intellisense for "style" so I didn't think it was available.
I went a little further and was able to set it to float above the page, centered in the page from top to bottom, and left to right.
| style="position: absolute;
| top: 50%;
| left: 50%;
| margin: -93px 0 0 -188px;">
It's positioned absolutely on the page and halfway down the page from the top, and halfway across the page from the left. If you just have the 50% values, then the progress area will appear lower and more to the right than you want since the position is relative to the upper left corner of the area.
So to center the progress area, you have to know the dimensions of the area you want to center. You need to divide in half the height and width of the area to have it centered properly.
I figured out (via Firefox Developer toolbar) that the dimensions are 374px wide and 186px high. I divide each of those values in half (and round up to a whole number) and those are the negative values from the top and left.
Then the progress area is centered on the page.
Thanks for the little push. :^)
I hope this helps others.