Adding Toolbars to your Web Apps
Issue: 10.5 (July/August 2012)
Author: Paul Lefebvre
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Toolbars are a great way to present the functionality available in your web application. Real Studio has a slick WebToolbar control that allows you to create toolbars with a wide variety of features, including buttons, menus, separators, spaces and containers.
Adding a Toolbar
To add a toolbar to your web page, simply drag it from the Control List on the right.
To add buttons to the toolbar, click the small "Pencil" button that appears when you move the mouse over the toolbar. This puts the toolbar into "Edit" mode so you can add items to it.
To add items, click the small "+" indicator that appears in the top left of the toolbar control and from the drop-down menu, select the type of item you want to add to the toolbar. Your choices are:
Button: A standard push button or a toggle button
Menu: Displays a drop-down menu when clicked.
Separator: Adds a vertical separator.
Space: Adds a fixed space.
Flexible Space: Adds a flexible space that fills all space to the right of the toolbar. Items added after the space appear right-justified.
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