Container

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1 Introduction

A container is a layout element that can be used to simultaneously style, hide, drag, or delete a group of widgets placed in it:

Container Example

In a browser, it is rendered as a simple div element by default. It is also possible to render a container as one of HTML5 semantic elements (for example, section, main, article, nav).

2 Properties

An example of container properties is represented in the image below:

Container Properties

Container properties consist of the following sections:

2.1 Common Section

For more information on properties of this section, see the Common Section section in Properties Common for Widgets.

2.2 General Section

2.2.1 Render Mode

The render mode determines which HTML5 tag will be used to show the container in the web browser.

Value HTML Tag
Div div
Section section
Article article
Header header
Footer footer
Main main
Nav nav
Aside aside
Hgroup hgroup
Address address

Default value: Div

2.3 Visibility Section

For more information on properties of this section, see the Visibility Properties section in Properties Common for Widgets.

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