Use an Image Button builder to create a more visually appealing application.
The Image Button builder creates a clickable image that functions and behaves exactly like a text-based button. In addition, this single control can display three different images based on mouse events. The three image states are:
Displayed by default when pointer is not located over imageHover image
Displayed on mouse-over eventPressed image
Displayed on a mouse-down event
The builder dialog for the image button is similar to that of the Button builder, but contains additional input fields to specify the file names for the three images the image button can display.
When specifying images to the image button, be sure that the paths you provide to images are relative to any <base url="" />
value specified on the HTML page. In addition, be sure to provide a unique name for each image button builder call on a page.
Target values relative to form – If you specify a target, keep in mind that the setting is relative to the form being processed and not the button.
Parent topic: Builder Reference: wpf7
About using the builder call editor: wpf7
Using input mappings for builder calls in a repeated region: wpf7
Overview: creating forms: wpf7
Locating control builder calls on pages: wpf7