• Dallin Urness
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When creating a lightning:tree, I would like to style the elements that are inside the tree, but when passed through the json they don't seem to be read as html, but just as a string. Is there any way to make it recognize it as html?
//Aura component
<aura:attribute name="keyResult" type="Key_Result__c"/>
<aura:handler name="init" value="{!this}" action="{!c.init}"/>
 <aura:attribute name="items" type="object" access="PRIVATE"/>

<lightning:tree items="{! v.items }" header=""/>
//js controller

    init: function(cmp) {
        var items = [{
            "label": "More Information",
            "name": "1",
            "expanded": false,
            "items": [{
                "label": "<p style=\"color:red;\"> " + cmp.get("v.keyResult.Percent_Complete__c") + "<\/p>",
                "name": "2",
                "expanded": false,
                "items": []
        cmp.set('v.items', items);

I am making a custom aura component for a home page, and I would like to display what step along a path that particular project is at (ie. Pending Approval, Approved, In-Progress, Complete). However, I just can't find in the documentation what the path attribute is that I should include in my query in order to get  it's status. Thanks!