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Unbound Mode

In an unbound mode, the ASPxImageSlider control is not bound to any data source or folder, and you can populate it with items manually.

Items can be manually created at design time via the ASPxImageSlider Items Editor or directly in an aspx file.

You can invoke this dialog by clicking:

  • the ellipsis button corresponding to the Items property in the Properties window;
  • the Items... link at the bottom of the Properties window;
  • the Items... link in the ASPxImageSlider smart tag.

The Items Editor dialog allows you to add, delete and rearrange items, access and customize item settings. The dialog is shown in the image below.

When the OK button is clicked, the aspx code that adds the created item structure is generated. The code is listed below.

You can create items directly in an aspx file, writing a similar code.

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