I am trying to implement the following scenario.
There is a RadTileView using RadFluidContentControl, with the itemssource set to a collection of business objects exposing 3 different views for: Small, Normal, Large content.
The LargeContent is a UserControl that already has a header so I would like to dynamically hide the header of the TileViewItem, but only for the Maximized Item. I assume that I need to get a reference to one of the following TileViewItem template elements:
I plan to include my own button in the user control's header to use for minimeze (on click, manually change the state of maximized tileview item).
For the other 2 states (Restored and Minimized) the default header should remain as it allows rearranging, maximize on dbl-click and offers the default buttons (useful in these 2 states).
Can you please show me how can I achieve the following
- how to access the header element in my own application (code)
- where is the proper place to hide the header. (what event of the RadTileView)