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In this post, we’ll look at how to set button colors in PowerShell Universal Dashboard.
Using the -Color Parameter The -Color parameter is used to set between the primary and secondary theme colors. When the theme changes, the button colors will automatically change.
New-UDButton -Text 'Primary' -Color primary New-UDButton -Text 'Secondary' -Color secondary Using the -Style Parameter The -Style parameter allows you to set the button colors using CSS styles. You can set the foreground and background colors by defining them in a hashtable.
In this post, we’ll look at how to center content in PowerShell Universal Dashboard.
How does Universal Dashboard work? Universal Dashboard creates websites by executing PowerShell cmdlets, converting the output to JSON and then translating that to HTML and CSS that is shown to the user. The New-UDElement cmdlet can be used to create arbitrary HTML tags with attributes. Using this cmldet, we can center elements.
Use New-UDElement to Center Content New-UDElement supports an -Attributes property which accepts a hashtable of key\value pairs that will be passed to the element when created.
This post outlines the new feature of PowerShell Pro Tools and PowerShell Universal that have been added in the January 2022 release cycle.
This release cycle was limited to small features and bug fixes due to the holidays.
Table of Contents PowerShell Pro Tools 2022.1.0 Support for the WPF Designer in Visual Studio 2022 Support for File Properties in PowerShell 7 Executables Full Release Notes PowerShell Universal 2.