The Asset component represents a range of assets such as files, directories, questions, answers and comments.
- 01.03 Q4report.pdf1.87 mb
- 02/path/to Important stuff
- 1234 How do things work?
- 1234 Things work really well.
- Things work for me too!
- Speak for yourself
- User Group
Each Asset type shows information related to that type, eg. file name, number, format and size
The Asset name can be a link
The entire Asset can be disabled
Assets can be contained in an Asset List, for example to display a list of attachments.
Asset Lists can use subtle buttons to add actions, for example to remove a file from a list of files
The Asset List should not be used for full file tree or document index views. Instead, use the Tree component.
|standard text document.txt||File with icon and name||
|01.02 numbered video document.mkv||File with icon, number and name||
|01.03/usr/local/bin/ruby ruby1.87 mb||File with all attributes||
|v0.8.0/usr/local/bin/psci purescript13.4 MB||Disabled file||
|01 Important stuff||Directory||
|02/path/to/Docs Important stuff24.3 gb||All directory attributes||
|1234 How do things work?||Question with number and Author||
|1234 Things work really well.||Answer with number and Author||
|Things work for me too!||Comment with Author||
|User Group||User Group. If User Group colours are required, apply with inline CSS or a custom class.||
Asset List with buttons:
Asset List without buttons:
Asset lists are simple lists. Each list item enclose instances of Asset and (optionally) one or more Subtle Buttons: