Article

ordinal

Displays a number.

Overview

The ordinal element displays a number on the screen and provides proper spacing between the text and the number. Use the ordinal element to create an ordered list. Here's an example that reserves the spacing for two digits.

<listItemLockup>
    <ordinal minLength="2">1</ordinal>
    <title>Opening sequence</title>
    <decorationLabel>11:14</decorationLabel>
</listItemLockup>

Contained In

Topics

Valid TVML Styles

color

Changes the color of an element.

font-family

Specifies the font used for the text in an element.

font-size

Specifies the font size for the text in an element.

font-weight

Specifies the font weight for the text in an element.

max-height

Specifies the maximum height for an element.

max-width

Specifies the maximum width for an element.

min-height

Specifies the minimum height for an element.

min-width

Specifies the minimum width for an element.

text-shadow

Adds a shadow effect to displayed text.

tv-highlight-color

Changes an element's color when it comes into focus.

tv-text-style

Sets a predefined size and style for text.

Valid TVML Attributes

binding

Associates information in a data item with an element.

minLength

Reserves space for an element.

prototype

Associates a data item type with an element.

theme

Sets the color scheme for an element.

See Also

Text Elements

decorationLabel

Displays text that describes a displayed element.

description

Displays multiple lines of text.

date

Displays a date.

monogram

Displays information below a monogramLockup element.

strike

Draws a line through the designated text.

subtitle

Displays text below the subtitle's containing element.

text

Displays text on the screen.

title

Displays a short amount of text.