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Component that represents each item in the list. Must be put inside the
Listcomponent. The list item is composed of three parts that are represented with the
rightclasses. These classes can be used to ensure that the content of the list items is properly aligned.
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boomfly last edited by
Hello! There is a modifier for the active ListItem?
@boomfly What do you mean with the “active” listItem? If you want an effect when an item is clicked you can use
samphan last edited by
Can I use
I’ve used it in my project and it works. But it’s not mentions in the Props table above.
misterjunio Onsen UI last edited by
@samphan that’s because
onClickis a regular attribute for DOM elements, not a specific prop for
ListItem, naturally you can use it in the regular way :+1:
jay last edited by
The value of className is ‘left’ ‘center’ and ‘right’ but the css version the value is ‘list-item__left’ ‘list-item__center’ ‘list-item__right’…can someone explain this ?
How do you use Preset Modifiers?
@dax: found asolution - using modifier=“chevron”? Is this the correct way?
@jay: I found using className=‘center’ adds ‘list-item__center list-item–chevron__center’ at runtime, but alternatively for className=‘title’ does not add ‘list-item__title list-item–material__title’ for sub element. Very confusing!