Each Widget has an internal Name used only at design-time, for example in the Widgets list.
This Name is not visible to the end user when the Widget is published.
It allows to have a clear useful name for the developer while the end user will want to see a different custom header, or even no header.
The Widget Name can be configured from the left of the top bar :
Widgets can also have a Header visible to the end user.
This can be used to display a title that can be a short description of the Widget’s purpose.
The Header can be configured from the top of the properties panel :
At runtime, this will be displayed at the top of the Widget container :
Some Header options are available in the Container appearance section :
Show / Hide Header
The Show Header option (check by default) allows to display the Header at runtime :
When the option is un-checked, the Header is invisible at runtime.
The Header Size option allows to override for this Widget the Header Size set at the Dashboard level.
Allows to align the Header :
By default, Header Color is managed by the currently applied Theme.
However, you can override the Theme color for the Header by checking Override Header Color and selecting the desired color :
The text content of the Header can include placeholders that will be replaced by Parameter values, see Label Parameters
The Description can be used to display a longer text describing the Widget’s purpose, its data, how to use it, …
The Description can be configured from the top of the properties panel :
At runtime, the Description is hidden and a icon appears near the Widget title to indicate the presence of a Description :
Hovering the icon shows the description :