Toggle

Usage

The toggle directive is used to conditionally render a block. The toggle directive can be declared on any element in the template and acts like an if block. It can be set to either true or false by editors. The toggle directive is shown as a checkbox in the properties panel in the editor.

Example

In this example you see a header component with an optional overline directive. Editors can control explicitly with the toggle directive to either include an overline in the header component or not.

Component Definition:

{
  name: 'header',
  label: 'Header',
  directives: [{
    name: 'showOverline',
    type: 'toggle',
    label: 'Show Overline',
    default: false
  }],
  html: dedent`
    <div class="header">
      <h3 doc-toggle="showOverline"   doc-editable="overline"></h3>
      <h2 doc-editable="title"></h2>
      <p doc-editable="teaserText"></p>
    </div>
  `
}

Serialised Component JSON:

{
  component: 'header',
  content: {
    overline: '...',
    showOverline: false,
    title: '...',
    teaserText: '...',
  }
}

Note that the overline directive is still included in the JSON even when showOverline is set to false. Consumers of the JSON are responsible to respect showOverline when processing the JSON.