Styling the IGFlowLayoutView
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Purpose

This topic provides an overview of styling the IGFlowLayoutView™ control and demonstrates its use with a code example.

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Introduction

Styling summary

The IGFlowLayoutView inherits much of its appearance from the developer provided content. That being said, you can style the UI element on the IGFlowLayoutView is the edit selection border. The following are properties that can further customize the edit selection border. These properties control the color of the border, the width of it and the size of the handles when an item is resizable.

  • editItemColor (UIColor)
  • editItemHandleSize (CGFloat)
  • editItemBorderWidth (CGFloat)

The IGFlowLayoutViewCell has one styling point that allows for padding around the cell. Setting a UIEdgeInsets value to the contentInset property creates the padding.


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The topics in this group cover enabling, configuring, and using the IGFlowLayoutView control’s supported features.