First Welcome to the Streamlit Community!
I have a solution on how to do this! If you use
st.markdown with the
unsafe_allow_html=True, then you can pass css code to st.markdown to change text colour! I made an example for you that will change text color based on a slider value of 0-100 (the 0% to 100% in your example).
This code used the color package which you can install in your environment with either pip or conda by using:
pip install colour
conda install -c conda-forge colour
Check out my working example:
import streamlit as st
from colour import Color
st.title("Font Colour based on parameter")
percent = st.slider("Percent value", 0,100)
color_range = list(Color("red").range_to(Color("green"),101))
st.markdown("<font color=%s>THIS TEXT WILL CHANGE COLOR</font>" \
P.S. if you want to know more I found this helpful Stack exchange link that has lots of references and other “true” 2 colour gradient options