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A breadcrumb is used to show hierarchy between content.
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A breadcrumb is used to show hierarchy between content.

BreadcrumbDivider ()

A divider sub-component for Breadcrumb component.

Called on click. When passed, the component will render as an a tag by default instead of a div.

BreadcrumbSection ()

A section sub-component for Breadcrumb component.

Properties
NameTypeDescription
as
custom

An element type to render as (string or function).

children
node

Primary content.

className
string

Additional classes.

content
custom

Shorthand for primary content.

icon
custom

Render as an Icon component with divider class instead of a div.

as
custom

An element type to render as (string or function).

active
bool

Style as the currently active section.

children
node

Primary content.

className
string

Additional classes.

content
custom

Shorthand for primary content.

href
custom

Render as an a tag instead of a div and adds the href attribute.

link
custom

Render as an a tag instead of a div.

onClick
function

React’s original SyntheticEvent.