Represents a Windows button control, which reacts to the Click event. Press: the second button requires that the mouse be pressed while the mouse pointer is over the button.
Release: the third does not reset the background color of the buttons until the mouse is pressed and released on the button. The Button class inherits directly from the System. ButtonBase class.
Content Model: Button is a ContentControl. Its content property is Content. Handle the ButtonBase.
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Click event to respond when the user clicks a Button. To apply the same property settings to multiple Button controls, use the Style property. You can modify the default ControlTemplate to give the control a unique appearance. To see the parts and states that are specific to the Buttonsee Button Styles and Templates. Dependency properties for this control might be set by the control's default style.
If a property is set by a default style, the property might change from its default value when the control appears in the application.
The default style is determined by which desktop theme is used when the application is running. Setting a visual property only has an effect if that property is both present in the control's default template and is set by using a TemplateBinding. Initializes a new instance of the Button class.
Identifies the IsCancel dependency property. Identifies the IsDefaulted dependency property. Identifies the IsDefault dependency property. Gets or sets a value indicating whether this element can be used as the target of a drag-and-drop operation. This is a dependency property.
Gets a value that indicates whether at least one touch is captured to this element or to any child elements in its visual tree. Gets a value that indicates whether at least one touch is pressed over this element or any child elements in its visual tree.This topic describes the styles and templates for the Button control. You can modify the default ControlTemplate to give the control a unique appearance.
For more information, see Create a template for a control. The Button control does not have any named parts. The following table lists the visual states for the Button control. The following example shows how to define a ControlTemplate for the Button control.
For the complete sample, see Styling with ControlTemplates Sample. Skip to main content. Contents Exit focus mode. Button Parts The Button control does not have any named parts. Button States The following table lists the visual states for the Button control. MouseOver CommonStates The mouse pointer is positioned over the control.
Pressed CommonStates The control is pressed. Disabled CommonStates The control is disabled. Focused FocusStates The control has focus. Unfocused FocusStates The control does not have focus. HasError attached property is false.
HasError attached property is true and the control has focus. HasError attached property is true and the control does not have focus. GradientStops . Color " Storyboard. GradientStops .
Yes No. Any additional feedback? Skip Submit. Submit and view feedback for This product This page. View all page feedback. Is this page helpful? The control uses the Validation class and the Validation. The Validation.SwitchButton is a modern way to provide users the ability to pick between two options, just like the ToggleButton. A lightweight, modern, highly customizable control with support for three state mode. The DropDown button enables you to display any content for selection, including other controls, with a component that takes only a minimal amount of UI space.
Build upon the DropDown button functionality and use the Split button to make the button itself an action area that can be checked or selected. The Toggle button mimics the functionality of a checkbox but goes beyond the basic check mark.
Use this component to more easily visualize elements that are checked or unchecked. The new PathButton control is a customizable button, enabling you to build complex forms and manage user input.
The PathButton has all the features of the Button control, with the addition of a path to the default template. Easily add a custom geometry to your button, or style it using one of the 15 professional-looking themes that come with UI for WPF.
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ToggleSwitchButton SwitchButton is a modern way to provide users the ability to pick between two options, just like the ToggleButton. DropDown Button The DropDown button enables you to display any content for selection, including other controls, with a component that takes only a minimal amount of UI space.
Split Button Build upon the DropDown button functionality and use the Split button to make the button itself an action area that can be checked or selected. Toggle Button The Toggle button mimics the functionality of a checkbox but goes beyond the basic check mark. PathButton The new PathButton control is a customizable button, enabling you to build complex forms and manage user input.
All WPF components. Check pricing. Download day free trial With dedicated technical support.A button is used to click and execute code on its click event handler. This tutorial and code examples demonstrate how to create a button control, add a button control event handler, format a button control, and display an image in a button control using C and XAML. The Content property of the Button element sets the text of a button.
The x:Name attribute represents the name of the control, that is a unique identifier of a control. You may also use the Name property to set the name of a control.
The code snippet in Listing 1 creates a Button control and sets the name, height, width and content of a Button control. The following code snippet creates the same button as created by Listing 1. Figure 1 Positioning a Button If you place a button on a Grid controlthe button will be placed in the center of the Grid. If you are using a Canvas as your parent control of the Button, the Button will be placed in the left top corner of the Canvas. You can use the Margin property to position a button control.
If you are using a Canvas, you may also use Canvas. Left and Canvas. Top properties. You may also use the VerticalAlignment and HorizontalAlignment attributes to set vertical alignment and horizontal alignment of a button. The code snippet in Listing 2 sets the position of the Button control in the top-left corner of the page. The following code adds the click event handler for a Button. The code listed in Listing 3 creates a circle on the Button click event handler.
How about we create a Button control with a border formatting, background and foreground of the Button? The BorderBrush property of the Button sets a brush to draw the border of a Button.
You may use any brush to fill the border. The following code snippet uses a linear gradient brush to draw the border with a combination of red and blue color. The following code snippet uses linear gradient brushes to draw the background and foreground of a Button.
Figure 2 Mouse Rollover Formatting How about giving some affects to your Button control when a mouse is over the Button and the mouse leaves the Button area? We can do this by adding MouseEnter and MouseLeave event handlers.
The following code snippet adds Mouse Enter and Mouse Leave event handlers. The following code snippet sets the background of a Button to an image. First, it creates a Button object and sets its width, height, contents, background and foreground and later the Button is added to the LayoutRoot.
We also saw how to format a Button by setting its border, background and foreground properties. Then, we showed how to set an image as the background of a Button. In the end of this article, we saw how to create a Button dynamically. View All. Mahesh Chand Updated date Nov 29, The Button class represents the most basic type of button control.
Gets or sets a value that indicates when the Click event occurs, in terms of device behavior. Inherited from ButtonBase. Gets or sets the data template that is used to display the content of the ContentControl. Inherited from ContentControl. Gets or sets the horizontal alignment characteristics that are applied to a FrameworkElement when it is composed in a layout parent, such as a panel or items control. Inherited from FrameworkElement.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the user can interact with the control. Inherited from Control. Gets a value that indicates whether a ButtonBase is currently in a pressed state. Gets or sets the identifying name of the object. Gets the locally defined resource dictionary.
Resources property element, through XAML implicit collection syntax. Gets or sets an instance Style that is applied for this object during layout and rendering. Gets or sets a control template. Gets or sets the vertical alignment characteristics that are applied to a FrameworkElement when it is composed in a parent object such as a panel or items control. Gets or sets the visibility of a UIElement. A UIElement that is not visible is not rendered and does not communicate its desired size to layout.
Inherited from UIElement. Invoked whenever application code or internal processes such as a rebuilding layout pass call ApplyTemplate. In simplest terms, this means the method is called just before a UI element displays in your app.
Override this method to influence the default post-template logic of a class. Attaches a binding to a FrameworkElement, using the provided binding object. Occurs when the value of the FrameworkElement.Object, ByVal e As System.
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Kindly help. If NavigationService. CanGoBack Then. End If I have 3 pages. I go to page 3 from 2. I have a return button on page 3. Kindly let me know if iam missing anything. Show "No entries in back navigation history. End If. Ask a question. Quick access. Search related threads. Remove From My Forums. Answered by:. Archived Forums. Sign in to vote. Hi have back button in my wpf application. How can I achieve this in WPF? GoBack End Sub After running this code some how it returns to the same page.
Friday, January 2, PM. I do not know what is the problem of your code. Could you please paste your demo code? I build a test project and it can go back right. The project contains 3 pages.To package content for navigation, WPF provides the Page class. You can navigate from one Page to another declaratively, by using a Hyperlinkor programmatically, by using the NavigationService. WPF uses the journal to remember pages that have been navigated from and to navigate back to them.
In this topic, the term "browser" refers only to browsers that can host WPF applications, which currently includes Microsoft Internet Explorer and Firefox. Where specific WPF features are supported only by a particular browser, the browser version is referred to. This topic provides an overview of the key navigation capabilities in WPF. This topic doesn't discuss how to build and deploy XBAPs.
Programmatic Navigation with the Navigation Service. Remembering Navigation with the Journal. Retaining Content State with Navigation History. In WPF, you can navigate to several content types that include. However, you'll find that the most common and convenient way to package content is by using Page. Furthermore, Page implements navigation-specific features to enhance their appearance and simplify development.
Using Pageyou can declaratively implement a navigable page of XAML content by using markup like the following. The Page element contains the content that you want to navigate to and display.
You add content by setting the Page. Content property element, as shown in the following markup. Content can only contain one child element; in the preceding example, the content is a single string, "Hello, Page!
The child elements of a Page element are considered to be the content of a Page and, consequently, you don't need to use the explicit Page. Content declaration. The following markup is the declarative equivalent to the preceding sample.
In this case, Page. Content is automatically set with the child elements of the Page element. A markup-only Page is useful for displaying content. However, a Page can also display controls that allow users to interact with the page, and it can respond to user interaction by handling events and calling application logic.
An interactive Page is implemented by using a combination of markup and code-behind, as shown in the following example. To allow a markup file and code-behind file to work together, the following configuration is required:.
In markup, the Page element must include the x:Class attribute.
When the application is built, the existence of x:Class in the markup file causes Microsoft build engine MSBuild to create a partial class that derives from Page and has the name that is specified by the x:Class attribute. The generated partial class implements InitializeComponentwhich is called to register the events and set the properties that are implemented in markup. In code-behind, the class must be a partial class with the same name that is specified by the x:Class attribute in markup, and it must derive from Page.