The two most important concepts in SQLPage are components and parameters. This page documents all the components that you can use in SQLPage and their parameters. Use this as a reference when building your SQL application.
The "hero" component
Display a large title and description for your page, with an optional large illustrative image. Useful in your home page, for instance.
A description of the page. Displayed below the title, in smaller characters and slightly greyed out.
The URL of an image to display next to the page title.
Creates a large "call to action" button below the description, linking to the specified URL.
The text to display in the call to action button. Defaults to "Go".
The title of your page. Will be shown in very large characters at the top.
Description of the feature section.
Icon of the feature section.
The name of a single feature section highlighted by this hero.
The simplest possible hero section
SELECT 'hero' as component, 'Welcome' as title, 'This is a very simple site built with SQLPage.' as description;
This is a very simple site built with SQLPage.
A hero with a background image.
SELECT 'hero' as component, 'SQLPage' as title, 'Documentation for the SQLPage low-code web application framework.' as description, 'https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e4/Lac_de_Zoug.jpg' as image, '/documentation.sql' as link, 'Read Now!' as link_text; SELECT 'Fast' as title, 'Pages load instantly, even on slow mobile networks.' as description, 'car' as icon, 'red' as color, '/' as link; SELECT 'Beautiful' as title, 'Uses pre-defined components that look professional.' as description, 'eye' as icon, 'green' as color, '/' as link; SELECT 'Easy' as title, 'You can teach yourself enough SQL to use SQLPage in a weekend.' as description, 'sofa' as icon, 'blue' as color, '/' as link;
Documentation for the SQLPage low-code web application framework.Read Now!