Web Designer Domain Classes

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Web Designer classes are specified in the class attribute of HTML elements in the client HTML documents. For example:

<input class="InputControl">

Examples of Web Designer classes are ColumnControl, ButtonControl, GridCellControl, and ContainerControl. You can use these class names in your style sheet rules.

Some Web Designer classes have specific characteristics that can also be added to the class list of HTML elements in client HTML documents. These characteristics concern typical domain attributes.


The default list of domain classes for a Web Designer class is NOT shown in the Property Inspector.

Related Topics:

How to Add Domain Classes to the Default Class List

Where to Use Domain Classes