ASPxColorEdit

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The ASPxColorEdit control enables users to select a color from a dropdown window that contains a color palette. This allows users to modify colors for different elements on a page.

ASPxColorEdit_control

ASPxColorEdit offers the following features.

  • Easy Color Selection

    The ASPxColorEdit editor allows users to select colors from a color palette in the editor's dropdown window. If the AllowUserInput property value is set to true, users can type a color code directly into the editor's text box in hexadecimal notation (HEX) for RGB color values (longhand or shorthand, such as "#F0F" or "#D8D8D8") or RGB color formats (for example, "rgb(255,0,0)"). Users can also type HTML color names (for instance, "red", "green"), which are then automatically converted to color codes.

  • Custom Color Picker

    Users can use an optional color picker to select a custom color. Set the ASPxColorEdit.EnableCustomColors property to true to display a custom color section in the editor's drop-down window (the default setting is false).

  • Color on Error

    When a user inputs the wrong color code, you can set the editor to automatically select the previous valid color or a null value. Use the ASPxColorEdit.ColorOnError property to do this. Set it to Undo to automatically select the previous valid color, or set it to Null to select a null value.

  • Built-in Validation

    The ASPxColorEdit allows you to validate its value. See the following topic to learn more: Validation.

  • Full-Featured Client-Side API

    The ASPxClientColorEdit object is the client-side equivalent of the ASPxColorEdit control. This object exposes the control's comprehensive client-side API.

    Method Description
    ASPxClientColorEdit.ColorChanged Occurs on the client after a user changes the selected color in the color editor.
    ASPxClientColorEdit.GetColor Returns the color editor's value.
    ASPxClientColorEdit.SetColor Specifies the color value for the color editor.