From the Controls tab of the
Web Designer catalog, you can drag several types of pre-defined
buttons to your web pages. You can also define your own button, and
re-use it in the web pages. All pre-defined buttons come with an
onclick Event Listener object and a specific action. For example,
the SaveButtonControl has an onclick Event Listener object and a
If you want all your web pages
to have the same look, you may consider inserting the same set of
buttons into each info page. Some of the buttons, however, may not
be relevant in certain situations. Rather than deleting those
buttons, you could set their State property to insensitive.
To insert a button in a web
||From the catalog, open the page in which you want to insert a
||In the object tree, select the parent object in which you want
to insert the button.
||From the Controls tab of the catalog, drag the required type of
ButtonControl to the selected parent object in the object
In the catalog, you can also
define a new button type by clicking New from the context menu.
||If required, set the State (Behavior) property of the new
button to Insensitive.