There are a number of ways you can customize the look & feel of your RadDock and RadDockZone controls:
To change the overall look and feel of the RadDockZone control, set its Skin property.
To change the layout of docked controls within the RadDockZone control, use the Orientation property.
To cause the RadDockZone to be highlighted when the user is dragging a RadDock control over it that can be docked, use the HighlightedCssClass property.
To change the overall look and feel of the RadDock control, set its Skin property.
To change the visual cues for where the user can start a drag operation, use the DockHandle property.
To specify the content that appears inside the RadDock control, use the ContentTemplate, the ContentContainer property, or the Text property.
To customize the appearance and behavior of the title bar, use a title bar template.
To change the commands that appear in the RadDock title bar, use the DefaultCommands property or the Commands property collection.
To change the appearance of the command icons on the title bar, use the CssClass property of the command object.
A range of Text properties let you change the tooltips that appear when the user hovers the mouse over the command icons in the title bar.