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Common web controls

Need Answer Todd Pierpoint 6 months ago

I am looking for common web controls, like an expander, that don't seem to be available in any web kits. I'd rather not have to build all of these from scratch and would like to know where I can get additional controls that are not in the web kits.

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Hi Todd, could it be that it is useful to you, some menu within web components?

if not, could you give me an example of what you want to prototype?

Thanks.

Greetings.

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Hi, Ria. Thanks for your response. I was looking for an expander. These are commonly used for FAQs. Here are a couple of examples.

https://www.solodev.com/blog/web-design/how-to-build-expandable-and-collapsible-faq-elements.stml

https://www.telerik.com/purchase/faq/licensing-purchasing

A lot of people use the up/down or right/down carot images on the left, too. I'm just finding that this prototyping tool has a huge learning curve and it takes a lot of time to put together a prototype. Maybe it's just me.

Thanks!

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Hi Todd,

Here is an example of how you could perform this action:

First, place a dynamic panel and in the properties tab mark the layout as vertical so you can align the objects, add a new dynamic panel inside it, which will be the objects to align and where you will add the text you want to display. inside the panel insert the object that you will use as title , (this example has a "button" you can use the form you want from default as well as create your own button), and then below the text you want to enter, select the panel from the layer tab and drag it up to completely cover the text but not the "button".

You can use Control D to duplicate the panel and add as many as you like.

the button interaction refers to: on mouse toggle - resize , in the interaction window be sure to select the panel and give it the size you need to uncover all the text you covered in the first place.

I hope this information is useful for you

Ria.

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Thanks for the detailed explanation. I was hoping there was already a web component for this, as this is a very common control.

Cheers!

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Hi Todd. you're welcome, let me know if there is anything else we can do for you.

Greetings.

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