The following example demonstrates how to create a modal Window with a predefined position and enable all user actions.
The order of the values in the
actions array determines the order in which the action buttons are rendered in the title of a Window. The
maximize action serves both as a button for expanding a Window to fill the screen and as a button to restore a Window to its previous size. The
minimize action collapses a Window to its title.
If the user supplies a non-recognized action name, the Window treats that action name as a custom action. As a result, the Window renders the
k-i-actionname (all lowercase) CSS classes for it and does not automatically attach a
click event handler. By default, the Kendo UI stylesheets provide an icon for
"custom"-named actions—however, you can use any other name for the non-recognized action and then capture and handle the
click events in a standard way.