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Tablelayout

Employment/Purpose

Tablelayout lays out a container as an HTML table in which the columns can be specified, and rowspan and colspan of its child can also be specified to create complex layouts within the table.

Example

ZKComRef Tablelayout Example.PNG

<tablelayout columns="2">
	<tablechildren>
		<panel title="Table 1" border="normal" maximizable="true"
			collapsible="true" width="200px" height="200px">
			<panelchildren>Panel Content</panelchildren>
		</panel>
	</tablechildren>
	<tablechildren>
		<panel title="Table 2" border="normal" maximizable="true"
			collapsible="true" width="200px" height="200px">
			<panelchildren>Panel Content</panelchildren>
		</panel>
	</tablechildren>
	<tablechildren>
		<panel title="Table 3" border="normal" maximizable="true"
			collapsible="true" width="200px" height="200px">
			<panelchildren>Panel Content</panelchildren>
		</panel>
	</tablechildren>
	<tablechildren>
		<panel title="Table 4" border="normal" maximizable="true"
			collapsible="true" width="200px" height="200px">
			<panelchildren>Panel Content</panelchildren>
		</panel>
	</tablechildren>
</tablelayout>
[since 6.0.0]

The child of tablechildren can be any component:

ZKComRef Tablelayout Example ZK6.PNG

	<tablelayout columns="2">
	    <tablechildren>
	        <label value="Table 1" />
	    </tablechildren>
	    <tablechildren>
	        <button label="Table 2" />
	    </tablechildren>
	    <tablechildren>
	        <textbox value="Table 3" />
	    </tablechildren>
	    <tablechildren>
	        <window border="normal">
	        	Table 4
	        </window>
	    </tablechildren>
	</tablelayout>

Supported Events

Name
Event Type
None None

Supported Children

* Tablechildren

Use Cases

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Version History

Last Update : 2011/11/17


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