WrapperCssClassparameters is set. If all are
nullor empty, only the
<HxPopover Title="Popover title" Content="And here's some amazing content. It's very engaging. Right?"> <HxButton Color="ThemeColor.Primary">Click to toggle popover</HxButton> </HxPopover>
You can change the placement of the popover with
Html="true" to enable HTML in your content.
By default, the HTML content gets sanitized. To disable sanitization set
Trigger="PopoverTrigger.Focus" to dismiss popovers on the user’s next click of a different element than the toggle element.
You can use
HideAsync() methods +
to program your own interaction.
You can also use the
EnableAsync() to control the popover behavior.
||Apply a CSS fade transition to the tooltip (enable/disable).|
||Child content to wrap.|
||Appends the tooltip/popover to a specific element. Default is |
||Custom CSS class to add.|
||Allows you to insert HTML. If |
||Offset of the component relative to its target (ChildContent).|
||Popover placement. Default is |
Default is |
||Set of settings to be applied to the component instance (overrides |
||Popover trigger(s). Default is |
||Custom CSS class to render with the |
||Fired when the content has finished being hidden from the user and CSS transitions have completed.|
||Fired when the content has been made visible to the user and CSS transitions have completed.|
||Removes the ability for the component to be shown.|
It will only be able to be shown if it is re-enabled.
||Gives the component the ability to be shown.|
The component is enabled by default (i.e. this method is not necessary to be called if the component has not been disabled).
||Hides the component.|
||Shows the component.|