This appendix summarizes controls that are designed to hold content. They display something that the user should see but should generally not modify.
The following sections very briefly summarize the WPF content controls. They list the controls' most important properties and provide simple XAML examples. For greater detail on the controls, see Chapter 5.
Many of these controls provide decoration for a single child. For example, you can place a single child inside a
GroupBox. Remember that this child can be a container such as a
StackPanel, so being able to hold only one child isn't really much of a restriction.
Border draws a border around or background behind a single child control. The key properties are given in Table B-1.
Table B.1. Key Properties of Border
The color used to fill the control's interior
The color of the control's edge
The control edge's thickness
The radius of curvature for the control's corners. Areas outside the curve are transparent so the parent shows through.
BulletDecorator displays a single item and bullet in a bulleted list. The
Bullet property defines the bullet. The control's ...