seriesDefaults.labels.border Object

The border of the labels.

Example - set the chart series label border

<div id="chart"></div>
<script>
$("#chart").kendoChart({
  seriesDefaults: {
    labels: {
      visible: true,
      border: {
        width: 2,
        color: "black"
      }
    }
  },
  series: [
    { data: [1, 2] }
  ]
});
</script>

seriesDefaults.labels.border.color String (default: "black")

The color of the border. Accepts a valid CSS color string, including hex and rgb.

Example - set the chart series label border color

<div id="chart"></div>
<script>
$("#chart").kendoChart({
  seriesDefaults: {
    labels: {
      visible: true,
      border: {
        width: 2,
        color: "black"
      }
    }
  },
  series: [
    { data: [1, 2] }
  ]
});
</script>

seriesDefaults.labels.border.dashType String (default: "solid")

The dash type of the border.

The following dash types are supported:

  • "dash" - a line consisting of dashes
  • "dashDot" - a line consisting of a repeating pattern of dash-dot
  • "dot" - a line consisting of dots
  • "longDash" - a line consisting of a repeating pattern of long-dash
  • "longDashDot" - a line consisting of a repeating pattern of long-dash-dot
  • "longDashDotDot" - a line consisting of a repeating pattern of long-dash-dot-dot
  • "solid" - a solid line

Example - set the chart series label border dash type

<div id="chart"></div>
<script>
$("#chart").kendoChart({
  seriesDefaults: {
    labels: {
      visible: true,
      border: {
        width: 2,
        dashType: "dashDot"
      }
    }
  },
  series: [
    { data: [1, 2] }
  ]
});
</script>

seriesDefaults.labels.border.width Number (default: 0)

The width of the border in pixels. By default the border width is set to zero which means that the border will not appear.

Example - set the chart series label border width

<div id="chart"></div>
<script>
$("#chart").kendoChart({
  seriesDefaults: {
    labels: {
      visible: true,
      border: {
        width: 2
      }
    }
  },
  series: [
    { data: [1, 2] }
  ]
});
</script>
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