Tiltle for RadDockZone

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  1. Jesmon
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    Posted 17 Mar 2012 Link to this post

            how to give title to RadDockZone not for RadDock.
            please help.
    thanks in advance
    Jesmon Joseph
  2. Slav
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    Posted 21 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Jesmon,

    Please elaborate on the scenario that you want to implement, as currently it is not quite clear to me. Note that the RadDock control uses the Title to display text in its titlebar. The RadDockZone is rendered on the page as an HTML div element and it does not display any title by default.

    I am looking forward to an update on your case.

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  4. Jesmon
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    Posted 22 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Slav ,
                Thanks for the reply. My requirement is to put a RadDock object in specified RadDockZone location and If raddockzone have tittle or something like that, then it will be much more help for me . Once again thanks for the support

    Thanks and Regards
    Jesmon Joseph
  5. Stuart Hemming
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    Posted 22 Mar 2012 Link to this post


    Just an idle thought,

    You define your RadDockZone as a DIV. why not put another control, a label maybe, inside the div displaying the title? Or use an image with the title in it as the background for the DIV?

    The former option iseasier to manage if you want to change the title on the fly, or even make it disappear when the DockZone has some content.

    I would think, however, that in a lot of cases, the latter option would be the better bet.

    Does that help?

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