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ASPxColorEdit.Color Property

Gets or sets the editor’s color.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.v23.1.dll

NuGet Package: DevExpress.Web


[DefaultValue(typeof(Color), "")]
public Color Color { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Default Description
Color String.Empty

A Color object specifying the current editor color.


Use the Color property to specify the color of the editor.

ASPxColorEdit1.Color = System.Drawing.Color.Red;

Note that setting the Color property does not invoke the ASPxClientEdit.ValueChanged and ASPxClientColorEdit.ColorChanged events.

To set the editor color in text format, use the ASPxColorEdit.Value property.

To specify the editor color on the client side, use the ASPxClientColorEdit.GetColor and ASPxClientColorEdit.SetColor methods.


This part of the ASPxColorEdit online demo illustrates how the ASPxColorEdit can be used to customize the colors for the ASPxRoundPanel.

<dxe:ASPxColorEdit runat="server" ID="ColorEditHeaderBackColor" Color="#dedede">
    <ClientSideEvents ColorChanged="ColorChangedHandler" />
<dxcp:ASPxCallbackPanel runat="server" ID="CallbackPanel" 
ClientInstanceName="CallbackPanel" Width="275px" Height="119px" 
        <dxp:PanelContent runat="server">
            <dxrp:ASPxRoundPanel runat="server" ID="RoundPanel" 
            EnableTheming="False" ShowDefaultImages="False">
                    <dxp:PanelContent runat="server">
                        <div style="width: 250px; height: 60px;">
                  <BorderBottom BorderWidth="0px" />
 public partial class ASPxColorEdit_Example : BasePage {
     protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) {
         RoundPanel.HeaderStyle.BackColor = ColorEditHeaderBackColor.Color;
function ColorChangedHandler(s, e) {
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