Placeholders can be used to insert things into a component in a given location. The placeholder control properties are defined here:
Force a column break before, after, or both before and after this control.
- Break height
Specify the vertical distance between this control and the next control. Use CSS syntax, e.g. 10px, .5in, 20pt.
- Control container class name
Advanced/Optional. All controls are automatically wrapped in a div, with a class name of 'A5CWLayout' or 'A5container', unless the control is in a 'NoFloat' container. You can specify a class name to use for the control container in addition to the 'A5CWLayout' or 'A5container' class that is automatically used. This allows you to have more control over the appearance of the control.
- Control container prevent float
Advanced/Optional. All controls are automatically wrapped in a div, with a class name of 'A5CWLayout' or 'A5container', unless the control is in a 'NoFloat' container. This container automatically 'floats' the control, so that your controls lay out automatically from left to right until a control with a 'break after' is encountered. In addition, the class adds padding around the control. By checking this property, you are specifying that the div container that encloses this control will not have the 'A5CWLayout' or 'A5container' class applied.
Specify the control id.
Specify the in-line style for the <div> that encloses the placeholder.
Specify the control width. Use CSS syntax for the width, e.g. 100px, 100%, etc..