The verticalAlignment attribute specifies or retrieves a value indicating the vertical placement of the control when the VIEW or parent SUBVIEW is stretched.
This attribute is a read/write String.
|top||Default. Maintains the placement of the control relative to the top of the VIEW or parent SUBVIEW when the view is resized.|
|bottom||Maintains the placement of the control relative to the bottom of the VIEW or parent SUBVIEW when the view is resized.|
|center||Maintains the placement of the control relative to the vertical center of the VIEW or parent SUBVIEW when the view is resized.|
|stretch||Maintains the placement of the control relative to both the top and bottom margins of the View when resized. The control stretches to fit when the VIEW or parent SUBVIEW is stretched. The actual image does not grow or shrink unless it is resizable, but the clickable area grows or shrinks if not bounded by a clippingImage.|
Unless verticalAlignment is set to "center", the control retains its original distance from the specified edge, or from both edges if "stretch" is specified and the control is resizable. If the control is not resizable and "stretch" is specified, the clickable region is stretched instead.
You can set any combination of the horizontalAlignment and verticalAlignment attributes. For example, if you want a control to be centered both horizontally and vertically, set horizontalAlignment to "center" and verticalAlignment to "center".
|Windows Media Player version 7.0 or later|
Build date: 11/16/2013