The Avatar allows you to set different renderings of its content.
The available configurations are:
- Image avatar—By passing the imageSrc property.
- Initials avatar—By setting the initials property to any given string.
- Icon avatar—By passing an icon name to the icon property.
The following example demonstrates all appearance options in action.
The Avatar allows you to specify predefined theme colors.The theme color will be applied as background and border color, while also amending the text color accordingly.
The available themeColor values are:
primary(Default)—Applies coloring based on primary theme color.
secondary—Applies coloring based on secondary theme color.
tertiary— Applies coloring based on tertiary theme color.
inherit— Applies inherited coloring value.
info—Applies coloring based on info theme color.
success— Applies coloring based on success theme color.
warning— Applies coloring based on warning theme color.
error— Applies coloring based on error theme color.
dark— Applies coloring based on dark theme color.
light— Applies coloring based on light theme color.
inverse— Applies coloring based on inverted theme color.
Avatars can be rendered in a different shape by setting the shape property.
The available shape values are:
circle—Renders a circle shape avatar.
rounded—Renders an avatar with rounded borders.
square(Default)—Renders a square shape avatar.
rectangle—Renders a rectangle shape avatar.
The Avatar allows you to set predefined or custom sizes. To specify a predefined size, set the size property.
The available size values are:
The Avatar enables you to set styling options and create solid or outline avatars by setting the
The available fill values are:
An additional border around the content of an
outline avatar can be rendered by setting the border property to
The Avatar allows you to specify whether or not to render an additional
border around its content by using the border property. By default,
border is set to false.
You can also define any custom content as an avatar between