Control.VerticalContentAlignment Property

Definition

Gets or sets the vertical alignment of the control's content.

Equivalent WinUI property: Microsoft.UI.Xaml.Controls.Control.VerticalContentAlignment.

public:
 property VerticalAlignment VerticalContentAlignment { VerticalAlignment get(); void set(VerticalAlignment value); };
VerticalAlignment VerticalContentAlignment();

void VerticalContentAlignment(VerticalAlignment value);
public VerticalAlignment VerticalContentAlignment { get; set; }
var verticalAlignment = control.verticalContentAlignment;
control.verticalContentAlignment = verticalAlignment;
Public Property VerticalContentAlignment As VerticalAlignment
<control VerticalContentAlignment="verticalAlignmentValue"/>

Property Value

VerticalAlignment

One of the VerticalAlignment values. The default is Top.

Remarks

Each control might apply this property differently based on the Style setters for the control's implicit style, and its visual template. Also, the apparent "default value" of each individual control used in UI can be different. For example, a Button control starts with the value Center.

A value for the VerticalContentAlignment property only affects layout behavior for a control when its template uses the VerticalContentAlignment property as the source of a VerticalAlignment value for presenters or content areas within. On other controls, setting VerticalContentAlignment has no effect. For more info about visual templates for controls, see the reference for Control.Template.

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