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The Status Symbol combines color and shape to create a standard and consistent way to indicate the status of a device or feature.


Web Components Usage

1. Installation

Install the Astro UXDS Status package via Command Line (Preferred Method)

npm i --save @astrouxds/rux-status

You may use Yarn, NPM, or your Node package manager of choice. The --save flag adds this component as a dependency in your package.json file.

Alternatively, download the Astro UXDS Component Library source to your project.

Via CLI:

git clone

Or, download the Astro UXDS Components as a .zip

2. Import the Astro Status Web Component

This example assumes you're using the NPM package in node_modules. Otherwise, import the component using the path to the Astro Components directory in your project.

import { RuxStatus } from '@astrouxds/rux-status/rux-status.js'

3. Render the Astro Status Web Component

Pass properties as attributes of the Astro Status custom element:

<rux-status status="critical"></rux-status>


Property Type Default Required Description
status String '' Yes Sets the status symbol, valid options are critical, serious, caution, normal, standby and off

Basic HTML Usage

1. Include the Astro UXDS CSS file

Latest release is available in the static css directory.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="/your-project/path/astro.css" />

2. Markup the component using HTML and the Astro CSS classes

Astro CSS classes follow the BEM-style naming convention. Apply attribues as BEM-style class suffixes after rux-status--.

<div class="rux-status rux-status--critical"></div>


Attribute Type Default Required Description
rux-status-- Class - Yes Sets the status symbol, valid options are rux-status--critical, rux-status--serious, rux-status--caution, rux-status--normal, rux-status--standby and rux-status--off

Revision History

  • Replaced SVG status elements with PNG sprite for improved performance
  • Moved Advanced Status to its own component, Astro UXDS Monitoring Icon (see Astro 4 migration note below)
  • Removed satcom_ prefix from HTML/CSS versions
  • Removed ::after psuedo class in HTML/CSS version in favor of simpler background image
  • Removed undocumented small status variant
  • Replaced Polymer 3 implementation with LitElement for improved speed and interoperability with JS Frameworks as well as simpler template declaration now available in vanilla JavaScript.
  • Removed Master Off Button Style
  • Replaced various properties with css custom properties to support
  • Removed .satcom class definition
  • Removed narrow/short definitions
  • Added rux_ prefixes and BEM-compatible classes to all satcom_-prefixed elements. NOTE: satcom_ will be removed in a future version
  • Disabled user selection of text on all buttons
  • Removed redundant background hover from disabled state by using :not() on the :hover state
  • Removed redundant background hover from master off by using :not() on the :hover state // deprecate after 1.4
  • Fixed Firefox alignment issue where text was misaligned vertically
  • Renamed half-height to short and half-width to narrow (Note: rux_ only, satcom_ retains old syntax)
  • Removed user-select and placed it in astro.css to apply to all input types
  • Embedded master off icon and removed the additional states required to handle icons and gradient backgrounds

Important Astro 4 Migration Note:

Prior to Astro 4, the Astro UXDS Status Component was responsible for both the small status indicators and the more complicated monitoring icon. Astro 4 separates these two use cases into distinct components. The Astro UXDS Status Component is solely responsible for the status indicators. This component, Astro UXDS Monitoring Icon Component, replaces the previous "Advanced Status" features of Astro UXDS Status.




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