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ASPxLoadingPanel Overview

ASPxLoadingPanel can be used to display a custom 'Loading...' text and image. It notifies users that a callback is currently processing, and helps to prevent the end user from clicking away before the callback has been completed. It can be displayed in the center of the page or can relate to any container.

This topic lists the features that are unique to the ASPxLoadingPanel.

Expanded Control Features

  • The control's appearance can be customized via specific style properties, or by assigning a CSS class.
  • You can display the control in modal mode, when it displays over the page controls and retains a focus while active.
  • The client-side API allows you to show or hide the loading panel, and show it over the specified page element.
  • The control's visual content (text and image) can be customized by using appropriate properties.

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