Como hago para que NO se vea el borde?.
Var style As New WebStyle // setting the BorderColor to clear will hide the border style.BorderColor = Color.Clear // setting the BorderThickness = 0, is presumably supposed to hide the border as well (but it doesn't!) style.BorderThickness =0 Rectangle1.Style = style
Placed in Opening or Shown event of the WebRectangle.
Esta es otra forma que puedes utilizar en Web 2.0; por ejemplo en el evento Opening:
Me.Style.Value("border-width") = "0"
@Javier_Menendez, FYI BorderThickness does set the border width of the WebRectangle. However, if BorderThickness is set to 0, it renders a WebRectangle border-width = 1). Is that a bug? or somehow by design? Perhaps the setting of BorderThickness is out by 1 whatever you set it at (speculating).
Kind regards, Andrew
The Showcase web app has several webrects with the border width set to 0… and they are not visible (as expected)
Oh, wait… I set them without using a WebStyle.
Borders certainly remain visible using:
Var style As New WebStyle style.BorderThickness = 0 Rectangle1.Style = style
in either Opening or Shown events.
but if I use
Var style As New WebStyle style.BorderThickness = 5 Rectangle1.Style = style
I do get a visibly fatter border.
Seems like a bug…is it?
I was curious why you were promoting the use of “border-width” and not using the built-in property BorderThickness? If the built in properties are not reliable why not just (or also) implement type-ahead for their html/css equivalents? either way, it’s no big deal.
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