|AltText||The Alternate Text is displayed when the browser options have images turned off. The text is also used by browsers that convert text to speech or braille output.|
|ChartDataColumn||(Required) Set this to a column returned from the DataLayer. It represents the data value for each item charted. These are listed across the y-axis.|
|SymbolCircle||A symbol that identifies each data point on the chart.
For XY charts, this can be used only for the Line and Spline charts to identify data points.
When using a Crosstab Filter under the Chart's DataLayer, use comma-separated symbol values to assign different symbol values for each crosstab.|
|ChartSymbolSize||The size, in pixels, of a chart symbol.
You can make a scatter into a bubble chart. Instead of a specific number, specify a numeric column returned with the data.
The default is 4.|
|Color||Sets the element's color. Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233.
For bar charts, each bar can be a different color by entering multiple colors, each separated by a comma.
When using a Crosstab Filter under the Chart's DataLayer, use comma-separated colors and a Legend element so each crosstab set can be identified.|
|ID||The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|LegendLabel||Indicates text that will be shown for this layer inside the chart legend.|
|DashLine||The style of the chart's line. This is used to change the pattern on the line. It can be set to dots, dashes or a combination of the two.
|LineWidth||The width of the line, in pixels.
|Tooltip||Text that appears when the user hovers the pointer over the image or text.|
|TooltipColumn||For a value different than the default tooltip value, set this to a column returned from the DataLayer. It represents the tooltip value for each item. |
|Transparency||Indicates a level of transparency of the element. The lowest value of 0 indicates that the element is opaque, with no transparency. The other end of the scale, 15, indicates a completely transparent element. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.|