Arrow Position in EJ 1 ASP.NET MVC SplitButton

26 Oct 2016 / 1 minute to read

To provide a good look and feel for Split Button, position of arrow in Split Button is important. Using ArrowPosition property, you can easily customize the position of arrow inside Split Button without using any complex CSS. ArrowPosition property is applicable for both Split Button and Dropdown Button. This property represent the position of arrow with menu content.

List of arrow position

Left Support for arrow in left.
Right Support for arrow in right. 
Top Support for arrow in top. 
Bottom Support for arrow in bottom.

The following steps explain you the details on rendering the Split Button with above mentioned arrow position options.

  1. In the View page, add the following button elements to configure Split Button widget.

     @*Add the code in the CSHTML page to configure and initialize the control*@
    
    
    
     @Html.EJ().SplitButton("spltbutton11").Text("login").ShowRoundedCorner(true).Size(ButtonSize.Large).ContentType(ContentType.ImageOnly).TargetID("Ul11").PrefixIcon("e-icon e-login").ArrowPosition(ArrowPosition.Left)
    
     <ul id="Ul11">
    
         <li><span>User</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Guest</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Admin</span></li>
    
     </ul>
    
     @Html.EJ().SplitButton("spltbutton21").Text("login").ShowRoundedCorner(true).Size(ButtonSize.Mini).ContentType(ContentType.TextOnly).TargetID("Ul21").ArrowPosition(ArrowPosition.Top)
    
     <ul id="Ul21">
    
         <li><span>User</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Guest</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Admin</span></li>
    
     </ul>
    
     @Html.EJ().SplitButton("spltbutton31").Text("login").ShowRoundedCorner(true).Size(ButtonSize.Small).ContentType(ContentType.TextOnly).TargetID("Ul31").ArrowPosition(ArrowPosition.Bottom)
    
     <ul id="Ul31">
    
         <li><span>User</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Guest</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Admin</span></li>
    
     </ul>
    
     @Html.EJ().SplitButton("spltbutton41").Text("login").ShowRoundedCorner(true).Size(ButtonSize.Medium).ContentType(ContentType.TextOnly).TargetID("Ul41").ArrowPosition(ArrowPosition.Right)
    
     <ul id="Ul41">
    
         <li><span>User</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Guest</span></li>
    
         <li><span>Admin</span></li>
    
     </ul>
  2. Execute the above code to render the following output.

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