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XtraBaseArgs.AllowHtmlText Property

Gets or sets whether the shown object supports HTML-inspired Text Formatting.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraEditors

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraEditors.v21.2.dll

Declaration

public DefaultBoolean AllowHtmlText { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description
DefaultBoolean

Specifies whether HTML tags are accepted.

Available values:

Name Description
True

Corresponds to a Boolean value of true.

False

Corresponds to a Boolean value of false.

Default

The default behavior determined by the control’s logic.

Remarks

Example 1

The code below uses HTML tags to format the XtraMessageBox caption and content texts.

XtraMessageBoxArgs xma = new XtraMessageBoxArgs();
xma.Caption = "<b><color=green>Greed Bold Title</color></b>";
xma.Text = "<color=red><size=+4>Increased red content text</size></color>";
xma.AllowHtmlText = DevExpress.Utils.DefaultBoolean.True;
XtraMessageBox.Show(xma);

Example 2

The code below shows how to add an image from Resources:

XtraMessageBoxArgs args = new XtraMessageBoxArgs();
args.AllowHtmlText = DevExpress.Utils.DefaultBoolean.True;
args.Caption = "Message";
args.Text = "Text<image=#imgResourceName>";
XtraMessageBox.Show(args);

Alternatively, you can use an image from a collection.

See Also