Use any demo and rapidly hover between parent menu items:
Currently there are 3 application themes: Default, Material, and Bootstrap.
These are nice and helpful however having 3 is quite a bit limiting.
I totally understand that a lot of people will and maybe should create a theme based on their own styles and preferences.
However I honestly think most people probably use a default theme and make small corrections to it in order to suit their needs.
Admin edit: We will be keeping here a list of the suggestions:
In WPF there are 20 or so styles.
Why only 3 in Blazor when the web is just as easy to style as WPF?
"All of the input components, including EditForm, support arbitrary attributes. Any attribute that doesn't match a component parameter is added to the rendered HTML element."
I want to have the TelerikGrid's "Add" command display a popup for the new record's details, in the same way that the "Edit" functionality does. However with:
<TelerikGridCommandButton Command="Add" Icon="add">Add</TelerikGridCommandButton>
When I click "Add", the new blank row is shown within the grid identical to EditMode="inline", not as a popup. Is the "Add" functionality meant to work in popup mode?
It would be helpful to me if this chart type was supported.
I have an extensive WPF background and so I naturally use ObservableCollection for virtually all UI type binding scenarios.
However I noticed that it seems the TreeView control doesn't seem to work when bound that way.
I switched the property to an array instead and it worked with no other modifications.
In the TelerikGrid-control there seems to be a miss-alignment of the gridcell compared to their respective columnheaders.
This behavior is present on touch devices and Mac.
example of correct alignment in non-mobile browser:
example of incorrekt alignment in mobile browser (simulated via F12 tools, but same on real android device):
It looks like it maybe caused by the column where the vertical scrollbar is placed (far right). If i change the padding-right from 16px to 0px it aligns correctly again.
I would like to be able to style, for example, all grids on my page with certain rules. Thus, if each component had a unique class in its top-level rendering I could use it to cascade through it.
This also applies to dropdown/popup elements (for example, be able to target the popups of dropdownlists).
Ideally, elements that have additional popups (like the dropdownlists) will also expose parameters like DropDownClass so I can add my own class to them and style them per instance, so I don't affect all other instances in my app.
Is there a way to not create menu programmatically but only using "html" elements ? Something like this :
<TelerikMenuItem Text="Open" OnClick="@OnFileOpenMenuClick"/>
<TelerikMenuItem Text="Save" OnClick="@OnFileSaveMenuClick"/>