Customization in Blazor Chip Component

17 Sep 20215 minutes to read

This section explains the customization of styles, leading icons, avatar, and trailing icons in Chip control.

Styles

The Chip control has the following predefined styles that can be defined using the CssClass property.

Class Description
e-primary Represents a primary chip.
e-success Represents a positive chip.
e-info Represents an informative chip.
e-warning Represents a chip with caution.
e-danger Represents a negative chip.
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
<SfChip>
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem Text="Default"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Primary" CssClass="e-primary"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Success" CssClass="e-success"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Info" CssClass="e-info"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Warning" CssClass="e-warning"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Danger" CssClass="e-danger"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

Output will be like the below.

Customizing Blazor Chip Styles

Leading Icon

You can add and customize the leading icon of chip using the LeadingIconCss property.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
<SfChip ID="chip-avatar" EnableDelete="true">
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem Text="Anne" LeadingIconCss="anne"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Janet" LeadingIconCss="janet"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Laura" LeadingIconCss="laura"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Margaret" LeadingIconCss="margaret"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

<style>
    #chip-avatar .anne {
        background-image: url('./anne.png')
    }

    #chip-avatar .margaret {
        background-image: url('./margaret.png')
    }

    #chip-avatar .laura {
        background-image: url('./laura.png')
    }

    #chip-avatar .janet {
        background-image: url('./janet.png')
    }
</style>

Output will be like the below.

Customizing LeadingIcon of Blazor Chip

Avatar

You can add and customize the avatar of chip using the LeadingIconCss property.

<SfChip EnableDelete="true" CssClass="e-leading-avatar">
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem Text="Andrew" LeadingIconCss="andrew"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Janet" LeadingIconCss="janet"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Laura" LeadingIconCss="laura"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Margaret" LeadingIconCss="margaret"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

<style>
    .chip-avatar .andrew {
        background-image: url('./andrew.png')
    }

    .chip-avatar .margaret {
        background-image: url('./margaret.png')
    }

    .chip-avatar .laura {
        background-image: url('./laura.png')
    }

    .chip-avatar .janet {
        background-image: url('./janet.png')
    }
</style>

Output will be like the below.

Blazor Chip with Avatar Icon

Leading Content

You can add and customize the avatar content of chip using the LeadingText property.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
<SfChip EnableDelete="true" CssClass="e-leading-avatar">
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem Text="Andrew" LeadingText="A"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Janet" LeadingText="J"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Laura" LeadingText="L"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Margaret" LeadingText="M"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

Output will be like the below.

Customizing Avatar Text of Blazor Chip

Trailing Icon

You can add and customize the trailing icon of chip using the TrailingIconCss property.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
<SfChip>
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem Text="Andrew" TrailingIconCss="e-dlt-btn"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Janet" TrailingIconCss="e-dlt-btn"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Laura" TrailingIconCss="e-dlt-btn"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem Text="Margaret" TrailingIconCss="e-dlt-btn"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

Output will be like the below.

Customizing Blazor Chip TrailingIcon

Outline Chip

Outline chip has the border with the background transparent. It can be set using the CssClass property.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
<SfChip EnableDelete="true">
    <ChipItems>
        <ChipItem CssClass="e-outline" Text="Andrew"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem CssClass="e-outline" Text="Janet"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem CssClass="e-outline" Text="Laura"></ChipItem>
        <ChipItem CssClass="e-outline" Text="Margaret"></ChipItem>
    </ChipItems>
</SfChip>

Output will be like the below.

Blazor Outline Chip with Transparent Background