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A Panel is a component whose Back button (icon-left-arrow-back-button) navigates through any of its subcomponents that were activated towards the first subcomponent. In the following example, we see a Panel component that contains a Tabs component, Results List component, and Result Details component.

If the user performs an Identify operation, the Results List component displays in the Panel. If the user then clicks one of the results in the Panel, the Result Details component displays in the Panel. If the user clicks the Back button in the Result Details panel, the panel displays the Results List component. If the user clicks the Back button again in the Results List panel, the panel displays the first Tabs component.

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We do not recommend nesting Panel components inside other Panel components.

The Panel settings include the following:

Main Settings

Visibility Layers

Layout

Main Settings

Field

Description

Title

Type a title to display for the component. This title is used both in Web and Designer.

Icon

To select an icon to represent the component, click Select Icon, click the desired icon, and click OK. To remove the icon, click Clear Icon.

Visibility Layers

Field

Description

Visible To

Determines which users and groups can access this component. If no users or groups are specified, all users can access this component by default.

The Hidden From setting overrides this setting.

Hidden From

Determines which users and groups are explicitly forbidden to access this component.

 This setting overrides the Visible To setting.

Layout

Field

Description

Horizontal Alignment

Sets the horizontal position of any fixed-width components within. Has no visible effect on any component within whose width automatically grows to the size of the parent.

Vertical Alignment

Sets the vertical position of any fixed-height components within. Has no visible effect on any component within whose height automatically grows to the size of the parent.

Slot

Select the slot to position the component within the Map component. In addition to the various positions on the map such as Top Left and Bottom Center, you can position the component within the map context menu, which appears when the user right-clicks the map. You can also position the component within the Popup slot, which appears at the mouse cursor.

This setting only appears when the component is within the Map component.

Margin (px)

The margin space around the component in pixels.

Initially Hidden

Specifies whether or not the component is initially hidden when the app loads. If selected, the component remains hidden unless activated, for example, by the Show command.

Show Close Button

Whether to display the close button icon-x-close-button to close the component.

Show Back Button

Whether to display the back button icon-left-arrow-back-button to navigate backwards.

Show Maximize Button

Whether to display the maximize button icon-maximise-button to maximize the component.

Show Minimize Button

Whether to display the minimize button icon-minimise-button to minimize the component.

Initial State

Specifies the initial state of the component. Select either: Default, Minimized, or Maximized.

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