Showing posts with label WPF Styles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label WPF Styles. Show all posts

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Styles in WPF

Styles are the means using which you can implement a consistent look and behavior in WPF applications. Using styles, you can easily change the visual appearance of a control. Through styles, you can apply a set of one or more properties, resources, and so on to one or more elements. Consider a UI screen designed with plenty of controls. The controls belonging to each type, such as TextBox or Button need to look similar for overall consistency. This can be achieved through styles. The Style element is used to define styles. It has a TargetType attribute specifying the object to which the style will be applied and a Key attribute uniquely identifying the style. A Style element contains one or more Setter elements, each of which has a Property attribute and a Value attribute.


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