Bindable attributes

The attributes available for dynamic data binding depend on the element type.

All element types
Attribute Description
Show element The visibility of the element.
Background color The background color.
Border color The border color.
Opacity The opacity of the element.
Padding The padding around the element.
Elements that can have text content
Attribute Description
Text content The text content.
HTML content The HTML content.
Text
Attribute Description
Font color The color of the text.
Font name The font used for the text.
Font size The font size of the text.
Font style The font style of the text (e.g., italic).
Font weight The font weight of the text (e.g., bold).
Image
Attribute Description
Alt text Text describing the image.
Media (image, video, and audio)
Attribute Description
Source URL The URL of the image, video, or audio file.
Canvas
Attribute Description
Height The height of the element.
Width The width of the element.
Gallery group (a group used to populate a gallery component)
Attribute Description
Repeat for each item in collection Sets each frame of the gallery to correspond to an item in the data feed. Learn more about dynamic galleries.
Iframe
Attribute Description
Source The URL to load in the iframe.

Components

Bindable properties for components are also indicated on the individual help pages for each component.

360° Gallery component
Attribute Description
Images URLs of the images to display in the gallery, comma-separated.
Add to Calendar component
Attribute Description
Event The event name as it will be seen in the user's calendar.
Start date The date the event begins.
Start time The time the event starts (in 24-hour time).
End date The date the event ends.
End time The time the event ends (in 24-hour time).
Timezone The time zone for the event.
Location The location for the event.
Description The description for the event.
Audio component
Attribute Description
Sources The URLs for multiple audio sources, separated by commas.
Carousel Gallery component
Attribute Description
Images The images to use in the gallery.
Groups A comma-delimited list of groups to use in the gallery.
Exit URLs A list of URLs, separated by commas, that corresponds to each frame in the gallery.
Date Swap component
Attribute Description
Between The start of the date range in RFC 2822 or ISO 8601 format.
And The end of the date range in RFC 2822 or ISO 8601 format.
Gallery Navigation component
Attribute Description
Gallery ID The Swipeable Gallery, Carousel Gallery, or 360° Gallery component that you want to control.
IFrame component
Attribute Description
Source The URL of the external element. It should be served over HTTPS.
Image Button component
Attribute Description
Up Image The URL for the button image in the unpressed state.
Over Image The URL for the button image in the mouseover or hover state.
Down Image The URL for the button image in the pressed state.
Background The color that's visible if an image is smaller than the component area.
Map component
Attribute Description
Your Google Maps Platform API Key Your Google Maps Platform API key.
Search term Text used as a search term when the Map component loads, which will show all matches in the displayed area.
Latitude The latitude for your default map location.
Longitude The longitude for your default map location.
Request user location Whether to ask the user for their location.
Fusion Table ID The ID of the Fusion Table where you can set locations to pre-populate your map.
Maps Premier Client ID The client ID for Google Maps Premier users.
Search radius The radius, in meters, around the map search point, centered on the user's location.
Max results The maximum number of search results presented to the user.
Default zoom The default zoom level for the map.
Marker icon The URI for a custom marker icon, if you choose to replace the default marker.
Location icon The URI for a custom user icon, if you choose to replace the default icon.
User location prompt text Custom text to ask the user how they wish to have their location determined.
GPS choice button text Custom text for the button that retrieves the user's location.
Search choice button text Custom text for the button that brings up a location search field.
Search prompt text Custom text for the prompt to search for a location.
Search box guide text Custom placeholder text for the search box.
Location error text Custom text for the message displayed when the location can't be found.
No result text Custom text for the message displayed when no map results where found for the specified location.
Pixel Loader component
Attribute Description
URL The URL of the pixel.
Sprite Sheet component
Attribute Description
Source The URL for the image that's used as a sprite sheet.
Street View component
Attribute Description
Google API Key Your Google Maps Platform API key.
Latitude The latitude for the Street View image location.
Longitude The longitude for the Street View image location.
Heading The compass heading of the camera view. Values can range from 0 to 360, with both 0 and 360 indicating north, 90 indicating east, 180 indicating south, and 270 indicating west.
Pitch The up or down angle of the camera relative to the Street View vehicle. Positive values angle the camera up (with 90 degrees indicating straight up), while negative values angle the camera down (with -90 indicating straight down).
Zoom The amount of zoom for the Street View image.
Swipeable Gallery component
Attribute Description
Images The images to use in the gallery.
Groups A comma-delimited list of groups to use in the gallery.
Exit URLs A list of URLs, separated by commas, that corresponds to each frame in the gallery.
Tap to Call / Text component
Attribute Description
Number The number you want to call or text.
Video component
Attribute Description
Sources The URL sources for multiple video formats, separated by commas.
Poster The URL of a poster frame to display until the user plays or seeks the video.
YouTube component
Attribute Description
URL The URL for the YouTube video that you want to show.
Start position The starting position of the YouTube video in seconds.
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