<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

The following list indicates the default tools: pager; open or download. For DPL Processing exportAs tool could be configured to export a single page to .png or .svg.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-items>
    <kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item></kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-items>

Configuration Attributes

attributes java.lang.Object

Specifies the HTML attributes of a ToolBar button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item attributes="attributes">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

click java.lang.String

Specifies the click event handler of the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item click="click">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

command java.lang.String

Default commands in the PDFViewer are: OpenCommand; PageChangeCommand or DownloadCommand.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item command="command">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

enable boolean

Specifies whether the control is initially enabled or disabled. Default value is "true".

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item enable="enable">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

hidden boolean

Determines if a button is visible or hidden. By default buttons are visible.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item hidden="hidden">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

icon java.lang.String

Sets icon for the item. The icon should be one of the existing in the Kendo UI theme sprite.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item icon="icon">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

id java.lang.String

Specifies the ID of the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item id="id">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

imageUrl java.lang.String

If set, the ToolBar will render an image with the specified URL in the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item imageUrl="imageUrl">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

name java.lang.String

Specifies the tool's name. Tool definition will be taken from the default collection - kendo.pdfviewer.DefaultTools

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item name="name">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

overflow java.lang.String

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item overflow="overflow">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

primary boolean

Specifies whether the button is primary. Primary buttons receive different styling.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item primary="primary">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

showIcon java.lang.String

Specifies where the button icon will be displayed. Possible values are: "toolbar", "overflow" or "both" (default).

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item showIcon="showIcon">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

showText java.lang.String

Specifies where the text will be displayed. Possible values are: "toolbar", "overflow" or "both" (default).

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item showText="showText">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

spriteCssClass java.lang.String

Defines a CSS class (or multiple classes separated by spaces) which will be used for button icon.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item spriteCssClass="spriteCssClass">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

template java.lang.String

Specifies what element will be added in the ToolBar wrapper. Items with template does not have a type.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item template="template">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

text java.lang.String

Sets the text of the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item text="text">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

togglable boolean

Specifies if the button is togglable, e.g. has a selected and unselected state.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item togglable="togglable">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

toggle java.lang.String

Specifies the toggle event handler of the button. Applicable only for commands of type button and togglable: true.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item toggle="toggle">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

type java.lang.String

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item type="type">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

Event Attributes

click String

Specifies the click event handler of the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item click="handle_click">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
<script>
    function handle_click(e) {
        // Code to handle the click event.
    }
</script>

toggle String

Specifies the toggle event handler of the button. Applicable only for commands of type button and togglable: true.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item toggle="handle_toggle">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
<script>
    function handle_toggle(e) {
        // Code to handle the toggle event.
    }
</script>

template String

Specifies what element will be added in the ToolBar wrapper. Items with template does not have a type.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item template="handle_template">
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
<script>
    function handle_template(e) {
        // Code to handle the template event.
    }
</script>

Event Tags

kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-click

Specifies the click event handler of the button.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
    <kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-click>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the click event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-click>
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-toggle

Specifies the toggle event handler of the button. Applicable only for commands of type button and togglable: true.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
    <kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-toggle>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the toggle event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-toggle>
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>

kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-template

Specifies what element will be added in the ToolBar wrapper. Items with template does not have a type.

Example

<kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
    <kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-template>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the template event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item-template>
</kendo:pdfViewer-toolbar-item>
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