Contains multiple binding child elements, each of which defines a tile.
<visual version? = integer lang? = string baseUri? = anyURI branding? = "none" | "logo" | "name" addImageQuery? = boolean > <!-- Child elements --> binding+ </visual>
- ? optional (zero or one)
- + required (one or more)
|Attribute||Description||Data type||Required||Default value|
A default base URI that is combined with relative URIs in image source attributes.
The form that the tile should use to display the app's brand.
This attribute can have one of the following values:
The target locale of the XML payload, specified as a BCP-47 language code such as "en-US" or "fr-FR". This locale is overridden by any locale specified in binding or text. If this value is a literal string, this attribute defaults to the user's UI language. If this value is a string reference, this attribute defaults to the locale chosen by Windows Runtime in resolving the string. See Remarks for when this value isn't specified.
The version of the tile XML schema this particular payload was developed for.
Set to "true" to allow Windows to append a query string to the image URI supplied in the tile notification. Use this attribute if your server hosts images and can handle query strings, either by retrieving an image variant based on the query strings or by ignoring the query string and returning the image as specified without the query string. This query string specifies scale, contrast setting, and language; for instance, a value of
given in the notification becomes
Specifies the tile template.
Base tile element, which contains a single visual element.
The following table explains how the system responds when lang is not specified.
|For this:||The system response:|
|The language for the notification||
This language primarily influences the layout of columns in templates that feature columns.
|For text elements with literal text||
|For text elements with ms-resource content||
After the string is resolved, the language for the resolved string is assigned to the text element This language shapes the text alignment (LTR vs. RTL) and font selection for UI.
|For ms-appx:/// image element||
|For cloud images||
This language is included in the query string if addImageQuery is true.
Build date: 10/26/2012