Create Web Button - XML Tutorial
Bamboo Suite web Button Control is used in web applications or as part of an applet add-on to enhance a web page. It is a
customizable 'push' button with rich rendering possibilities. Buttons can contain text and
You can add to the button a graphic of your choice by providing the URL of the graphic with a setImage attribute
or an addImage attribute for a multiple images. It can be used as a reset button to clear the contents or set them to the default values in the forms. Bamboo Suite
button can be used as a submit button to send information in the form to the server for processing.
Bamboo Suite buttons are interactive buttons, it changes when the cursor or pointer is position over it. By making a button
light up (or otherwise calling attention to itself), you provide a stronger visual signal that the area is clickable then with
a static flat graphic. Bamboo Suite button offers wide range of color of background and foreground highlights, rollovers, or opaque
to set a button's transparency.
Buttons can contain a text with customizable font's size and style, colors, alignment.
Button can be set to be sticky to maintain a selected state in the button by clicking on it. It can be set visible/invisible,
URL's functionallity can be added to the button by registering a URL for through the use of action attribute.
By associating a URL with a button a web page is opened when the user clicks on the link. The link style and color can
be configured. Action attribute will also allow to open xml files with defined user interface in any screen in the application
or in a frame specified on the web page.
Bamboo Suite Buttons also include Radio buttons and Pop-up buttons or a combo box.
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