Tag: CSS



Apart for the Property Editor which enables you to set and change all the styles available to your components and containers, iiziGo offers you a comprehensive interface for creating style sheets called the Style Editor. You can use the Style Editor to create a named CSS style. This named style can then be referenced in the Base properties of a component, under the property group, ‘Styles’ where a component will have two properties, Normal and Disabled.

As of the present version of iiziGo, only the components for which the ‘Styles’ property group appear in the Property Editor are eligible for named style sheets.

Styles group in the property editor for attaching a named style sheet

To create a new named style, right-click on the Styles folder in your project’s tree view and choose ‘New style’. The Style Editor will open. The Style Editor includes a live presentation of all the style properties offered in the Style section of your Panel’s Property Editor. Explore and create CSS styles by experimenting with properties; you will see that the results update immediately in the Style Editor display.

(EDIT IS Required here)
The styles editor with instant presentation of the CSS styles


The view of your iiziApp consists of UI Components that present data to the user and provide means to interact with the application. Before any components can be created and designed, a main container needs to be created to hold them. In iiziGo, this component is called a Panel. All UI design is done in the Panel Editor which is visible when a Panel Tab is selected. The Panel Editor is comprised of a Property Editor, a Design view and a tree view; this tree view provides the overview of the selected Panel. The tree view contains the hierarchy of the components in the Panel, as well as layout and style where applicable.

Creating and editing the view of your application as Panels enables a rich and versatile way to design and visualize an HTML and CSS user interface. Your work with Panels updates immediately in the Design view, in a browser or on any connected device without the need to refresh a page or rebuild your application. The Design area shows a live instance of the Panel and its components. This means that any change in component properties and hierarchy will be visible immediately. Likewise, any change in the Design area will be immediately reflected in the Panel’s properties.

Improvising HTLM and CSS

Improvising HTLM and CSS

Although the JavaScript code, HTML and CSS markup are hidden from you, if you cannot adjust or skin a component to your liking in the Property Editor, you can add HTML to all components that have text fields by using iiziGo KStrings. This includes adding a <div>, <span> or <style> tag.

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