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Panel Visual Elements

A dock panel is denoted by the ASPxDockPanel control and is a content placeholder, which can be moved and placed at any part of a page or can be docked to zones within a web page.

A panel may visually consist of the header, content region and footer sections.

The table below lists the main members that affect element appearance and functionality.

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