Each page location technique results in the generation of a Page Location string that determines on what pages, and where on those pages, the control builder calls are added.
On Named Tag
Allows you to specify one named location (<input /> or <span /> element) on the page on which to place the builder call.Relative to Named Tag
Allows you to specify one location on a page that either replaces the named element or uses that named element to orient the placement of a new named element on which the builder call gets placed.Advanced
Allows you to enter the Page Location syntax that specifies one or more locations on one or more pages on (or by which) to place the builder call.Profiling builder Location Inputs
Allows you to customize the location of controls on a page based on user profiles and roles.Wrapper
One of the Placement options when you enable the Relative to Named Tag
Page Location technique. It wraps the element with a new SPAN tag and gives the new tag the name specified in New Tag Name
Using the advanced technique for locating builders: wpf7
The Advanced page location technique allows you to create complex page location strings to locate control builder calls on multiple pages in multiple ways.
Profiling Builder Location Inputs: wpf7
You can profile the individual fields of the Page Location section of builder input, as well as the entire Page Location section.
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