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Headline Tail

A text element that is placed at the end of the headline content, and indicates the break and the link to the rest of the text. A click on the headline's tail navigates the application to the specified location (ASPxHeadline.NavigateUrl).

The table below lists the main members which affect the element's appearance and functionality:

Characteristics Members
Text ASPxHeadline.TailText
Navigate URL ASPxHeadline.NavigateUrl
Position Relative to the Text ASPxHeadline.TailPosition
Style ASPxHeadline.TailStyle

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