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How to hide the header of the DockingChild?

Platform: WPF |
Control: DockingManager |
Published Date: May 7, 2015 |
Last Revised Date: May 7, 2015

The header of the dock child can be hidden by using the NoHeader property, an attached property of the DockingManager. The NoHeader property is Boolean. This property hides the header of the dock child depending upon its value. When the NoHeader property is set to true, the header of the dock child is hidden and when the NoHeader property is set to false, the header of the dock child is visible. The same has been demonstrated in the following code example:

XAML

 

C#

 

The following screenshot shows the header of the specified child hidden from the DockingManager:

Figure 1: Header of the specified child hidden

XAML

C#

 

The following screenshot shows the header of the child visible in the DockingManager.

Figure 2: Header of the child visible

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