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Red Hat CDN

CDN Prerelease

We are currently working on our CDN, which will be soon moving into beta. This will be the preferred method of installation in the near future. If you are a Red Hat associate and have questions or comments about the CDN or installation process please join us in our Red Hat Design System Google chat.

In the meantime, install this component using npm

The recommended way to load RHDS is via the Red Hat Digital Experience CDN, and using an import map.

If you have full control over the page you are using, add an import map to the <head>, pointing to the CDN, or update any existing import map. If you are not responsible for the page's <head>, request that the page owner makes the change on your behalf.

<script type="importmap">
{
"imports": {
"@rhds/elements/": "https://www.redhatstatic.com/dx/v1-alpha/@rhds/elements@1.1.0/elements/",
"@patternfly/elements/": "https://www.redhatstatic.com/dx/v1-alpha/@patternfly/elements@2.2.2/"
}
}
</script>

Once the import map is established, you can load the element with the following module, containing a bare module specifier:

<script type="module">
import '@rhds/elements/rh-card/rh-card.js';
</script>

Note that Modules may be placed in the <head>: since they are deferred by default, they will not block rendering.

NPM

Install RHDS using your team's preferred NPM package manager, e.g.

npm install @rhds/elements

Once that's been accomplished, you will need to use a bundler to resolve the bare module specifiers and optionally optimize the package for your site's particular use case and needs. Comprehensive guides to bundling are beyond the scope of this page; read more about bundlers on their websites:

JSPM

Public CDNs

JSPM and other public CDNs should not be used on corporate domains. Use them for development purposes only!

Add an import map to the <head>, pointing to the CDN, or update any existing import map.

<script type="importmap">
{
"imports": {
"@rhds/elements/": "https://jspm.dev/@rhds/elements/",
"@patternfly/elements/": "https://jspm.dev/@patternfly/elements/"
}
}
</script>

Once the import map is established, you can load the element with the following module, containing a bare module specifier:

<script type="module">
import '@rhds/elements/rh-card/rh-card.js';
</script>

Note that Modules may be placed in the <head>: since they are deferred by default, they will not block rendering.

rh-card

Slots 3
Slot Name Description
header

If this slot is used, we expect a heading level tag (h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6). An icon, svg, or use of the icon component are also valid in this region.

Any

content that is not designated for the header or footer slot, will go to this slot.

footer

Use this slot for anything that you want to be stuck to the base of the card.

Attributes 1
DOM Property Description Type Default
colorPalette

Sets color palette, which affects the element's styles as well as descendants' color theme. Overrides parent color context. Your theme will influence these colors so check there first if you are seeing inconsistencies. See CSS Custom Properties for default values

Card always resets its context to base, unless explicitly provided with a color-palette.

'darkest' | 'lightest' | 'lighter' | undefined
unknown
Methods 0

None

Events 0

None

CSS Shadow Parts 4
Part Name Description
container

The container for the card. Contains the header, body, and footer.

header

The header for the card. Contains the header slot.

body

The body for the card. Contains the default slot.

footer

The footer for the card. Contains the footer slot.

CSS Custom Properties 1
CSS Property Description Default
--rh-card-header-font-size

Font size for header on card

1.5rem
Design Tokens 0

None

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