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Polymer.Paper.Button

Elements from paper-button component. See https://www.webcomponents.org/element/PolymerElements/paper-button

Elements

button : List (Attribute msg) -> List (Html msg) -> Html msg

Material design: Buttons

paper-button is a button. When the user touches the button, a ripple effect emanates from the point of contact. It may be flat or raised. A raised button is styled with a shadow.

Example:

<paper-button>Flat button</paper-button> <paper-button raised>Raised button</paper-button> <paper-button noink>No ripple effect</paper-button> <paper-button toggles>Toggle-able button</paper-button>

A button that has toggles true will remain active after being clicked (and will have an active attribute set). For more information, see the Polymer.IronButtonState behavior.

You may use custom DOM in the button body to create a variety of buttons. For example, to create a button with an icon and some text:

<paper-button> <iron-icon icon="favorite"></iron-icon> custom button content </paper-button>

To use paper-button as a link, wrap it in an anchor tag. Since paper-button will already receive focus, you may want to prevent the anchor tag from receiving focus as well by setting its tabindex to -1.

<paper-button raised>Polymer Project</paper-button>

Styling

Style the button with CSS as you would a normal DOM element.

paper-button.fancy { background: green; color: yellow; }

paper-button.fancy:hover { background: lime; }

paper-button[disabled], paper-button[toggles][active] { background: red; }

By default, the ripple is the same color as the foreground at 25% opacity. You may customize the color using the --paper-button-ink-color custom property.

The following custom properties and mixins are also available for styling:

Custom property | Description | Default ----------------|-------------|---------- --paper-button-ink-color | Background color of the ripple | Based on the button's color --paper-button | Mixin applied to the button | {} --paper-button-disabled | Mixin applied to the disabled button. Note that you can also use the paper-button[disabled] selector | {} --paper-button-flat-keyboard-focus | Mixin applied to a flat button after it's been focused using the keyboard | {} --paper-button-raised-keyboard-focus | Mixin applied to a raised button after it's been focused using the keyboard | {}

module Polymer.Paper.Button exposing (..)

{-| Elements from paper-button component. See <https://www.webcomponents.org/element/PolymerElements/paper-button>


# Elements

@docs button

-}

import Html exposing (Html, Attribute, node)


{-| Material design: [Buttons](https://www.google.com/design/spec/components/buttons.html)

`paper-button` is a button. When the user touches the button, a ripple effect emanates
from the point of contact. It may be flat or raised. A raised button is styled with a
shadow.

Example:

<paper-button>Flat button</paper-button>
<paper-button raised>Raised button</paper-button>
<paper-button noink>No ripple effect</paper-button>
<paper-button toggles>Toggle-able button</paper-button>

A button that has `toggles` true will remain `active` after being clicked (and
will have an `active` attribute set). For more information, see the `Polymer.IronButtonState`
behavior.

You may use custom DOM in the button body to create a variety of buttons. For example, to
create a button with an icon and some text:

<paper-button>
<iron-icon icon="favorite"></iron-icon>
custom button content
</paper-button>

To use `paper-button` as a link, wrap it in an anchor tag. Since `paper-button` will already
receive focus, you may want to prevent the anchor tag from receiving focus as well by setting
its tabindex to -1.

<a href="https://www.polymer-project.org/" tabindex="-1">
<paper-button raised>Polymer Project</paper-button>
</a>


### Styling

Style the button with CSS as you would a normal DOM element.

paper-button.fancy {
background: green;
color: yellow;
}

paper-button.fancy:hover {
background: lime;
}

paper-button[disabled],
paper-button[toggles][active] {
background: red;
}

By default, the ripple is the same color as the foreground at 25% opacity. You may
customize the color using the `--paper-button-ink-color` custom property.

The following custom properties and mixins are also available for styling:

Custom property | Description | Default
----------------|-------------|----------
`--paper-button-ink-color` | Background color of the ripple | `Based on the button's color`
`--paper-button` | Mixin applied to the button | `{}`
`--paper-button-disabled` | Mixin applied to the disabled button. Note that you can also use the `paper-button[disabled]` selector | `{}`
`--paper-button-flat-keyboard-focus` | Mixin applied to a flat button after it's been focused using the keyboard | `{}`
`--paper-button-raised-keyboard-focus` | Mixin applied to a raised button after it's been focused using the keyboard | `{}`

-}
button : List (Attribute msg) -> List (Html msg) -> Html msg
button =
    node "paper-button"