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Materialize SideNav


Materialize SideNav Menu : SideNav is one of the main component of any webpage which provides users side navigation. It is very easy to create sidenav in Materialize framework. As it is jQuery plugin so it needs the initialization. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create side navigation Menu in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize SideNav Example

There are basically two parts of sidenav- 1. HTML, 2. jQuery. HTML part contains the sidenav html menu item stuffs and jQuery contains the script to initialize the side navigation menu. Let us create a simple navigation menu as below-

Materialize SideNav Menu with Dropdown Example

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this-

Materialize SideNav Example

Materialize Dropdown


Materialize Dropdown : Materialize provides dropdown which can be embed with the buttons. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create dropdown buttons in Materialize framework. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Dropdown Example

Let us create very basic dropdown in materialize- create a button and add class dropdown-button to it. Add data-activates it might be id of the ul tag. Here is the complete example-

Materialize Dropdown Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this-

Materialize Dropdown Example

Options:

  • induration : The duration of the transition enter in milliseconds. Default time for this is 300ms
  • outduration : This is used to transition out in millisecond, Default time for this is 225ms.
  • constrainwidth : If true, constrainWidth to the size of the dropdown activator. Default is set true.
  • hover : This is used to open dropdown on hover by default it is false, if you want to open on hover set it true.
  • gutter : This defines the spacing from the aligned edge. Default value is 0.
  • beloworigin : This is used to set whether the dropdown will open below the activator, if you want to open dropdown below the activator set it true. Default is set false.
  • alignment : Defines the edge the menu is aligned to. Default is set ‘left’
  • stoppropagation : If true, stops the event propagating from the dropdown origin click handler. Default is set false

Example

You can use the above options simply as below-

Materialize Dropdown jQuery Options Example

Materialize Tooltips


Materialize Tooltips: Tooltips are basically used to provide the extra information about the elements. It is very easy to create Tooltips in Materialize framework. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create and use the tooltips in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Tooltips Example

To Add Tooltip first Create a button and Add class tooltipped, attribute data-position=”bottom”,data-delay=”50″ and data-tooltip=”This is Dummy Tooltip” simply as below-

Materialize Tooltips Example:

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In the above example we have create a simple tooltip for a button. If you run the above example it will create output something like this-

Materialize Tooltips Example

Options

Following options are available in Materialize Tooltip-

  • delay: Delay time before tooltip appears, Default is 350 ms.
  • tooltip: Text to display on hover. It can be HTML if you have set html to true.
  • position: This is used to set the position of the tooltip- it can be top, left, bottom, right. Default position is bottom.
  • html: This is used to set true to display the html content in tooltip. Default is false.

Remove Tooltip

You can remove tooltip using jQuery simply as below –

Materialize Remove Tooltip Script

Where selector can be id, class of the button.


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Tooltip Position : Top

data-position=”top” is used to place the Tooltip at top –

Materialize Tooltip Position Top Example

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If you run the above example it will give following output-

Materialize Tooltip Position : Top

Tooltip Position : Left

data-position=”left” is used to place the Tooltip at Left –

Materialize Tooltip Position Left Example

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If you run the above example it will give following output-

Materialize Tooltip Position : Left

Tooltip Position : Bottom

data-position=”bottom” is used to place the Tooltip at Bottom –

Materialize Tooltip Position Bottom Example

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If you run the above example it will give following output-

Materialize Tooltip Position : Bottom

Tooltip Position : Right

data-position=”right” is used to place the Tooltip at Right –

Materialize Tooltip Position Right Example

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If you run the above example it will give following output-

Materialize Tooltip Position : Right

Materialize Toasts


Materialize Toasts: Toasts are basically used to provide the unobtrusive alerts to the user. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create Toasts in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Toasts Example

Materialize.toast() function is used to create the toast in Materialize framework. It accepts mainly four parameters- 1. text, 2,. timeout. 3. rounded class, 4. callback. Text is the message that will be displayed in toast and timeout is used to add the time in milliseconds after which the text message will be disappeared. Third parameter is used for rounded toast and fourth parameter is callback. Third and fourth parameters are optional. Here is a very basic example of toast-

Materialize Toasts Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Toasts Example

Custom HTML

Sometimes we need to add custom HTML in toast content,you can add HTML content in Toast simply as below-

Materialize Add Custom HTML to Toast

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If you run the above example will generate output something like this-

Materialize Add Custom HTML to Toast

Callback

You can add a callback function when the toast is dissmissed –

Materialize Callback Function in Toast

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Alert will be triggered when the Toast is dismissed.


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Rounded Toast

To create rounded toast you can simply pass the third parameter as ’rounded’ –

Materialize Rounded Toast

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Rounded Toast Example

Materialize Collapsible


Materialize Collapsible: Collapsible are accordion that expands when you click on it. It displays only the relevant content and hides other content.
Materialize provides collapsible with various options which can be used easily anywhere. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create collapsible in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Collapsible Example

Let us create a very basic and simple Collapsible-

Materialize Collapsible Example:

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In the above example we have created a very basic collapsible in Materialize. As we know it’s jQuery plugin so do not forget to initialize it.If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Collapsible Example

Popout

To create popout collapsible add the class=”popout” to ul simply as below –

Materialize Collapsible Popout Example

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If you run the above example it will produce output something like this –

Materialize Collapsible Example

Preselected Section | Active Section

Sometimes we need to open some section by default or using JavaScript, to do this simply add the active class to header. Here is an example of Active class –

Materialize Collapsible Preselected Example

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If you run the above example it will produce output something like this –

Materialize Collapsible Example

Options

Following options are available –

  • accordion(boolean): This is used to change the collapsible behavior to expandable instead of the default accordion style.
  • onOpen(function): This is callback function triggered when collapsible is opened.
  • onClose(function): This is callback function triggered when collapsible is closed.


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Collapsible Types

There are basically two types of collapsible avaialable in Materialize –


1. Accordion
2. Expandable

Let us understand both one by one –

Accordion

data-collapsible=”accordion” is used to create accodion. In Acoordion one section is opened at a time –

Materialize Collapsible Accordion Example

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Expandable

data-collapsible=”expandable” is used to create expandable collapsible. In Expandable collapsible more than one section can be opened at the same time –

Materialize Collapsible Expandable Example

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Run the above example and click on more than one section to open the other section at the same time. The output of the above example will look like something this –

Materialize Expandable Collapsible Example

Materialize Preloader


Materialize Preloader : Loaders are basically used to indicate that some background process/activity is happening. Materialize provides various loaders such as linear and circular with various options to customize it. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how to create loaders in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Preloader | Loading | Loader Example

There are following types of Preloader –

  • 1. Linear
  • 2. Circular

Now let us go one by one to understand the loaders with example & demo –

Linear Progress Bar

There are basically two types of Linear Progress Bar-

  • 1. Determinate
  • 2. Indeterminate

Determinate

Create a div with class=”determinate”, add percentage of progress by adding style width(such as style=”width:60%”) and wrap this div by a div with class=”progress”.

Determinate Progress Bar Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Preloader Example

Indeterminate

Create a div with class=”indeterminate” and wrap this div by a div with class=”progress”.

Indeterminate Progress Bar Example:

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Circular Loader | Loading

Materialize provides various types of Circular Loaders of different-different colors and sizes. Let us create a simple circular loader in materialize –

Materialize Circular Loading Example

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Circular Loading Example


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Materialize Pagination


Materialize Pagination : Pagination is used to show long data with the help of links to different-different parts. Materialize provides classes to create pagination. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create pagination in materialize framework. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Pagination Example

First create ul with class=”pagination” and then add li and pagination link. You can use Class=”active” to show the active link. Here is an example of simple pagination-

Materialize Pagination Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Pagination Example


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Disable Pagination Link

You can disable the pagination by simply adding the class=”disabled” to li element simply as below-

Disabled Pagination Link Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Autocomplete


Materialize Autocomplete : Autocomplete is basically used to provide the possible values as suggestion to the user. Here in this tutorial we are going to explain how you can create Autocomplete in Materialize framework. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Autocomplete Example

First create a input box and then initialize the autocomplete using jQuery. Here is a simple example of Autocomplete in Materialize-

Materialize Autocomplete Example:

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Autocomplete is part of jQuery plugin so it needs to be initialized as above. If you run the above example it will produce the output something like this –

Materialize Autocomplete Example


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Materialize Autocomplete Not Working?

Sometimes we face issue in autocomplete initialization, the possible reason could be you have not initialized the jQuery for autocomplete.

Materialize Autocomplete Not Working? Reason:

selector – class, id of input box.

Materialize Date Picker


Materialize Date Picker : Date Picker is an important feature of any framework which enables us to select the date from the calendar. Materialize provides script to create cool date picker which can be easily integrated anywhere. Here in this tutorial
we are going to explain how you can use date picker script in Materialize. You can also use our online editor to edit and run the code online.


Materialize Date Picker Example

Let us create a simple date picker in Materialize. There are basically two parts first html and second JavaScript, in html part just create an input type date and add a class name to this, JavaScript part contains the calendar initialization part. Here is complete example of Date Picker –

Materialize Date Picker Example:

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If you run the above example it will produce output something like this –

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Materialize Date Picker Example