Toolbars are generally positioned above or below content and provide content and actions for the current screen. When placed within the content, toolbars will scroll with the content.
Toolbars can contain several different components including titles, buttons, icons, back buttons, menu buttons, searchbars, segments, progress bars, and more.
It is recommended to put a toolbar inside of a header or footer for proper positioning. When a toolbar is placed in a header it will appear fixed at the top of the content. When it is placed in a footer it will appear fixed at the bottom. Fullscreen content will scroll behind a toolbar in a header or footer. A title component can be used to display text inside of the toolbar.
Buttons in Toolbars
Buttons placed in a toolbar should be placed inside of the buttons component. The buttons component can be positioned inside of the toolbar using a named slot. The
"secondary" slots behave differently in
The buttons component can wrap a standard button, back button, menu button, or several of any of them. A button in a toolbar is styled to be clear by default, but this can be changed using the
fill property on the button. The properties included on back button and menu button in this example are for display purposes; see their respective documentation for proper usage.
Searchbars in Toolbars
A searchbar can be placed inside of a toolbar to search through the content. It should be the only child component of the toolbar, and will take up the full width and height.
Segments in Toolbars
Segments are generally used in toolbars to toggle between two different content views on the same page. They can be placed in a toolbar with other components, such as buttons, but should not be placed alongside a title.
Progress Bars in Toolbars
A progress bar is used as a loading indicator to show an ongoing process in an app. Progress bars can be placed with any other components inside of a toolbar as they will align with the bottom of the toolbar.
CSS Custom Properties
md mode, the
<ion-header> will receive a box-shadow on the bottom, and the
<ion-footer> will receive a box-shadow on the top. In
ios mode, the
<ion-header> will receive a border on the bottom, and the
<ion-footer> will receive a border on the top.
|Description||The color to use from your application's color palette. Default options are: |
|Description||The mode determines which platform styles to use.|
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CSS Shadow Parts
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CSS Custom Properties
|Background of the toolbar|
|Color of the toolbar border|
|Style of the toolbar border|
|Width of the toolbar border|
|Color of the toolbar text|
|Minimum height of the toolbar|
|Opacity of the toolbar background|
|Bottom padding of the toolbar|
|Right padding if direction is left-to-right, and left padding if direction is right-to-left of the toolbar|
|Left padding if direction is left-to-right, and right padding if direction is right-to-left of the toolbar|
|Top padding of the toolbar|
|``||Content is placed between the named slots if provided without a slot.|
|Content is placed to the right of the toolbar text in LTR, and to the left in RTL.|
|Content is placed to the right of the toolbar text in |
|Content is placed to the left of the toolbar text in |
|Content is placed to the left of the toolbar text in LTR, and to the right in RTL.|