Menuitem"

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A single choice in a <tt>Menupopup</tt> element. It acts much like a button but it is rendered on a menu.  
 
A single choice in a <tt>Menupopup</tt> element. It acts much like a button but it is rendered on a menu.  
Default  <tt>getZclass(): z-menu-item </tt>. (since 3.5.0)  
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Default  <tt>getZclass(): z-menu-item </tt>. (since 3.5.0)
 
 
[[Image:Menu.png]]
 
 
 
<source lang="xml" >
 
<menu label="File">
 
    <menupopup>
 
        <menuitem label="New" onClick="alert(self.label)"/>
 
        <menuitem label="Open" onClick="alert(self.label)"/>
 
        <menuitem label="Save" onClick="alert(self.label)"/>
 
        <menuseparator/>
 
        <menuitem label="Exit" onClick="alert(self.label)"/>
 
    </menupopup>
 
</menu>
 
</source>
 
  
 
= Example =
 
= Example =

Revision as of 06:55, 11 May 2010

Menuitem

Employment/Purpose

A single choice in a Menupopup element. It acts much like a button but it is rendered on a menu. Default getZclass(): z-menu-item . (since 3.5.0)

Example

Supported events

Name
Event Type
onClick
[#MouseEvent org.zkoss.zk.ui.event.MouseEvent]

Description: A menu command is associated with a menu item. There are two ways to associate a command to it: the onClick event and the href property. If a event listener is added for a menu item for the onClick event, the listener is invoked when the item is clicked.


Supported Children

*NONE

Use cases

Version Description Example Location
5.0+    

Version History

Version Date Content
5.0.1 05/11/2010 Initialization


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