Boolean: Returns a value indicating whether the control has been created.
String: Returns or sets additional CSS class names to add to the widget.
Use this property to add or remove custom CSS classes that you may add to your application as standard css files or through the StyleSheet extender. You can assign multiple class names separated by a space and you can manage this property using the related methods:
Color: Returns the default background color of the control.
Rectangle: Returns the rectangle that represents the virtual display area of the control.
Boolean: Returns whether the control is in the process of disposing itself and child controls.
DockStyle: Returns or sets which control borders are docked to its parent control and determines how a control is resized with its parent.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the control can respond to user interaction.
Boolean: Enables or disables the browser's context menu.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the control can gain the focus.
Boolean: Returns a value indicating whether the control has input focus.
Font: Gets or sets the font of the text displayed by the control.
Color: Returns or sets the text color of the control.
IntPtr: Returns the unique server-side id (handle) for this component.
Boolean: Returns whether the control contains any child control.
Boolean: Returns whether the control specifies data bindings.
Boolean: Check if the control defines any responsive profile without forcing the creation of the collection.
Boolean: Checks if the UserData dynamic object was created and has any value.
Int32: Returns or sets the height of the control.
String: Returns or sets an initialization script to execute when the widget is created (or reloaded) in the browser.
// change the background color of the internal label of the button widget.
Int32: Return the distance, in pixels, between the right edge of the control and the left edge of its container's client area.
RightToLeft: Returns or sets whether the control's elements are aligned right-to-left to support RTL languages.
When set to Inherit, the control inherits the value of this property from its parent. However, when the control is a top-level control (i.e. Window, Page, Desktop), and the value is set to Inherit, the right-to-left mode is automatically retrieved from the current language.
The behavior of this property is configurable in Default.json setting the "rightToLeft" property to "true", "false", or "auto". The default is "auto", causing the value to be retrieved from the current language.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the text in the control can be selected in the browser by the user by dragging the pointer. [Since 2.5.22]
Not to be confused with Selectable, which corresponds to the Focusable property. When Selectable is set to true, the text of the control (i.e. a label or a button) can be highlighted in the browser and copied to the clipboard. It will also make the widget "focusable" but only in the browser.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the control is blocked by the ajax loader.
Size: Returns or sets the height and width of the control.
String: Returns or sets additional theme states to the client widget.
Use this property to manage additional custom states that you may want to add to a widget. The state will update the visualization of the widget using the styles and properties set in the current theme and loaded theme mixins. You can also force the usage of built-in states. However, this property will not return the current states of the widget as updated by the client browser. It only returns the states set by the application.
// force the widget to update the UI as if it was hovered and focused.
// apply a custom state defined in a custom theme or theme mixing.
In addition to setting this property directly, you can also manage it using the related methods:
Int32: Returns or sets the tab order of the control within its container.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the user can give the focus to this control using the TAB key and the Focusable property is set to true.
Object: Returns or sets the object that contains data about the control.
String: Returns or sets the text associated with this control.
When AllowHtml is set to true, the text can contain HTML content. If the text contains new lines (CRLF) but doesn't contain HTML elements (at least one "<") all CRLF are automatically substituted with "
String: Returns or sets the tooltip text to show for this control.
When using ToolTipText property you can only set the ToolTip text and cannot change the default ToolTip icon set in the theme. To change the ToolTip icon you can either create a custom theme, or a theme mixin, or use the ToolTip extender and the ToolTip property added by the extender. You can change the default ForeColor, AutomaticDelay, InitialDelay, AutoPopDelay, or enable HTML in ToolTipText by using a ToolTip extender also without setting the ToolTip property added by the extender.
Int32: Returns or sets the distance, in pixels, between the top edge of the control and the top edge of its container's client area.
Control: Returns the parent control that is not parented by another Form. Typically, this is the outermost Form that the control is contained in.
Object: Returns a dynamic object that can be used to store custom data in relation to this control.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether to use the wait cursor for the current control and all child controls.
Boolean: Returns a flag indicating that the validation has been canceled.
Boolean: Returns or sets whether the control and all its child controls are displayed.
Int32: Returns a value indicating the wheel delta from the last wheel event.