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Types and Styles in Blazor ButtonGroup component

14 Apr 2021 / 2 minutes to read

This section explains about different types and styles of ButtonGroup.

ButtonGroup styles

The Blazor ButtonGroup has the following predefined styles that can be defined using the CssClass property.

Class Description
e-primary Used to represent a primary action.
e-success Used to represent a positive action.
e-info Used to represent an informative action.
e-warning Used to represent an action with caution.
e-danger Used to represent a negative action.
e-link Changes the appearance of the Button like a hyperlink.
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@using Syncfusion.Blazor.SplitButtons

<SfButtonGroup>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-primary">View</ButtonGroupButton>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-success">Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-info">Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>
 <SfButtonGroup>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-link">View</ButtonGroupButton>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-warning">Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
    <ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-danger">Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>

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ButtonGroup Sample

Predefined ButtonGroup styles provide only the visual indication. So, ButtonGroup content should define the ButtonGroup style for the users of assistive technologies such as screen readers.

ButtonGroup types

The types of Blazor ButtonGroup are as follows:

  • Flat ButtonGroup
  • Outline ButtonGroup
  • Round ButtonGroup
  • Toggle ButtonGroup

Flat ButtonGroup

The Flat ButtonGroup is styled with no background color. To create a flat ButtonGroup, set the CssClass property to e-flat.

Outline ButtonGroup

An outline ButtonGroup has a border with transparent background. To create an outline ButtonGroup, set the CssClass property to e-outline.

Round ButtonGroup

A round ButtonGroup is shaped like a circle. Usually, it contains an icon representing its action. To create a round ButtonGroup, set the CssClass property to e-round.

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@using Syncfusion.Blazor.SplitButtons

<SfButtonGroup CssClass="e-flat">
<ButtonGroupButton>View</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>
<SfButtonGroup CssClass="e-outline">
<ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-outline">View</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-outline">Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton CssClass="e-outline">Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>
<SfButtonGroup CssClass="e-round-corner">
<ButtonGroupButton>View</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>

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ButtonGroup Sample

Icons

ButtonGroup with font icons

To create ButtonGroup with icons, IconCss property of the button component can be used. You can customize the icon’s position by using the IconPosition property.

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@using Syncfusion.Blazor.SplitButtons

<SfButtonGroup>
<ButtonGroupButton IconCss="e-icons e-play-icon" IconPosition="IconPosition.Right">PLAY</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton IconCss="e-icons e-pause-icon">PAUSE</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>

<style>
.e-play-icon::before {
    content: '\e324';
}
.e-pause-icon::before {
    content: '\e326';
}
</style>

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ButtonGroup Sample

ButtonGroup size

The two types of ButtonGroup sizes are default and small. To change the size of the default ButtonGroup to small ButtonGroup, set the CssClass property to e-small.

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@using Syncfusion.Blazor.SplitButtons

<SfButtonGroup CssClass="e-small">
<ButtonGroupButton>View</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>
 <SfButtonGroup>
<ButtonGroupButton>View</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Edit</ButtonGroupButton>
<ButtonGroupButton>Delete</ButtonGroupButton>
</SfButtonGroup>

Output be like

ButtonGroup Sample