ContainerControlDesigner.GetDesignTimeCssAttributes ContainerControlDesigner.GetDesignTimeCssAttributes ContainerControlDesigner.GetDesignTimeCssAttributes ContainerControlDesigner.GetDesignTimeCssAttributes Method

Definition

Returns the collection of style attributes for the control at design time.

public:
 virtual System::Collections::IDictionary ^ GetDesignTimeCssAttributes();
public virtual System.Collections.IDictionary GetDesignTimeCssAttributes ();
abstract member GetDesignTimeCssAttributes : unit -> System.Collections.IDictionary
override this.GetDesignTimeCssAttributes : unit -> System.Collections.IDictionary
Public Overridable Function GetDesignTimeCssAttributes () As IDictionary

Returns

A collection of style attributes applied to the control on the design surface. The style attribute names are keys used to access the style attribute values in the IDictionary.

Remarks

The GetDesignTimeCssAttributes method returns a collection of style attributes for the design-time representation of the control.

To examine a style attribute value at design time for a control, use the style attribute name as a key to the returned collection. Style attribute values are stored as strings in the collection. For example, you can access the height value in the collection as styleAttributes["height"] for C# or styleAttributes("height") for Microsoft Visual Basic.

If the associated control is not derived from the WebControl class, the GetDesignTimeCssAttributes method returns an empty collection.

Notes to Inheritors

The default implementation for the GetDesignTimeCssAttributes() method initializes the style attribute collection by using the AddDesignTimeCssAttributes(IDictionary) method. To manipulate styles in a control designer that are derived from the ContainerControlDesigner class, override the AddDesignTimeCssAttributes(IDictionary) method.

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