FolderPane.TileTemplate Property ActiveX/Java Uploader ASP.NET

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Gets or sets an HTML-like template of the data displayed inside a tile.

Namespace: Aurigma.ImageUploader
Assembly: Aurigma.ImageUploader (in Aurigma.ImageUploader.dll)


public string TileTemplate { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System..String

HTML-like template of the data, which is displayed inside the tile in the folder pane.

Default value is "<p>[FileName]</p><p style="color: #555555">[FileType] [FileSize]</p>".


A tile template is a string, which can include simple text, HTML tags, and predefined variables. Within a template you can use the following:

  • tags: <p> and <span>
  • attributes: style, rows (for <p> tag only), width (for <span> tag only; in percents or in pixels), and align (for <span> tag only; can be left, right, and center)
  • styles: color, font-size (percent value, pixels like 12px, or points like 10pt), font-style (italic or normal), and font-weight (bold or normal)

The following predefined variables are available in templates:

Variable name Returned value
FileName file name
FileSize file size
FileType file type
DateModified file last modification date
Dimensions image size in pixels; an empty string for non-image files
Description user-given description of the file
Tag tag of the file; the tag can be specified via the tag property

To utilize a predefined variable in a template, you should put variable's name in square brackets.


White spaces are not allowed between the '<' and the tag name, between '</' and the tag name, or inside '/>'.

The sample below demonstrates how to use tags, style, and predefined variables described previously; you can see the resulting tiles in the following figure:

Customized Tiles View
<aur:Uploader ID="Uploader1" runat="server">
    <FolderPane ViewMode="Tiles" TileHeight="100" TileWidth="250" TilePreviewSize="100" 
        TileTemplate="<p>[fileName]</p><p style='font-size: 85%; color: #555555' >Size: 
        <span style='font-weight: bold; color: #000000'>[FileSize]</span></p>
        <p style='font-size: 85%; color: #555555' >Resolution: 
        <span style='font-weight: bold; color: #000000'>[Dimensions]</span></p>
        <p rows='3' style='font-size: 85%; color: #555555'>Description: 
        <span style='font-weight: bold; color: #000000'>[Description]</span></p>" />

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