Enums: Text

TextAlignment

Defines the text alignment.

  • TextAlignment.Default No alignment will be applied.
  • TextAlignment.Left Aligns the text to the left.
  • TextAlignment.Right Aligns the text to the right.
  • TextAlignment.Start Aligns the text to the start.
  • TextAlignment.End Aligns the text to the end.
  • TextAlignment.Center Centers the text.
  • TextAlignment.Justified Stretches the lines so that each line has equal width.

TextColor

Predefined set of contextual text colors.

  • TextColor.None No color will be applied to an element.
  • TextColor.Primary Primary color.
  • TextColor.Secondary Secondary color.
  • TextColor.Success Success color.
  • TextColor.Danger Danger color.
  • TextColor.Warning Warning color.
  • TextColor.Info Info color.
  • TextColor.Light Light color.
  • TextColor.Dark Dark color.
  • TextColor.Body Body color.
  • TextColor.Muted Muted color.
  • TextColor.White White color.
  • TextColor.Black50 Black text with 50% opacity on white background.
  • TextColor.White50 White text with 50% opacity on black background.

TextInputMode

Specifies what kind of input mechanism would be most helpful for users entering content.

  • TextInputMode.None The user agent should not display a virtual keyboard. This keyword is useful for content that renders its own keyboard control.
  • TextInputMode.Text The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale.
  • TextInputMode.Tel The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of telephone number input. This should including keys for the digits 0 to 9, the "#" character, and the "*" character. In some locales, this can also include alphabetic mnemonic labels (e.g., in the US, the key labeled "2" is historically also labeled with the letters A, B, and C).
  • TextInputMode.Url The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale, with keys for aiding in the input of URLs, such as that for the "/" and "." characters and for quick input of strings commonly found in domain names such as "www." or ".com".
  • TextInputMode.Email The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale, with keys for aiding in the input of e-mail addresses, such as that for the "@" character and the "." character.
  • TextInputMode.Numeric The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of numeric input. This keyword is useful for PIN entry.
  • TextInputMode.Decimal The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of fractional numeric input. Numeric keys and the format separator for the locale should be shown.
  • TextInputMode.Search The user agent should display a virtual keyboard optimized for search.

TextOverflow

Determines how the text will behave when it is larger than a parent container.

  • TextOverflow.Default No overflow will be applied.
  • TextOverflow.Wrap Text will wrap into a new line when it reaches the end of container.
  • TextOverflow.NoWrap Prevents text from wrapping.
  • TextOverflow.Truncate Truncate the text with an ellipsis.

TextRole

Defines the behaviour of the text input.

  • TextRole.Text Defines a default text input field.
  • TextRole.Email Used for input fields that should contain an e-mail address.
  • TextRole.Password Defines a password field.
  • TextRole.Url Used for input fields that should contain a URL address.
  • TextRole.Search Define a search field (like a site search, or Google search).
  • TextRole.Telephone Define a field for entering a telephone number.

TextTransform

Defines the text transformation.

  • TextTransform.Default No capitalization. The text renders as it is. This is default.
  • TextTransform.Lowercase Transforms all characters to lowercase.
  • TextTransform.Uppercase Transforms all characters to uppercase.
  • TextTransform.Capitalize Transforms the first character of each word to uppercase.

TextWeight

Defines the text weight.

  • TextWeight.Default No weight will be applied.
  • TextWeight.Normal Defines normal characters. This is default.
  • TextWeight.Bold Defines thick characters.
  • TextWeight.Light Defines lighter characters.

Screenreader

Screen reader visibility.

  • Screenreader.Always Default.
  • Screenreader.Only Hide an element to all devices except screen readers.
  • Screenreader.OnlyFocusable Show the element again when it’s focused.

MaskType

Lists values that specify the type of mask used by an editor.

  • MaskType.None Specifies that the mask feature is disabled.
  • MaskType.Numeric Specifies that the editor should accept numeric values and that the mask string must use the Numeric format syntax.
  • MaskType.DateTime Specifies that the editor should accept date/time values and that the mask string must use the DateTime format syntax.
  • MaskType.RegEx Specifies that the mask should be created using full-functional regular expressions.