Steps

Steps is a navigation bar that guides users through the steps of a task.

When To Use#

When the task is complicated or has a certain sequence in the series of subtasks, we can decompose it into several steps to make things easier.

Examples

Finished
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In Progress
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3
Waiting
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The most basic step bar.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps current={1}>
    <Step title="Finished" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="In Progress" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="This is a description." />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Finished
2
In Progress
3
Waiting

By setting like this: <Steps size="small">, you can get a mini version.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps size="small" current={1}>
    <Step title="Finished" />
    <Step title="In Progress" />
    <Step title="Waiting" />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Login
Verification
Pay
Done

You can use your own custom icons by setting the property icon for Steps.Step.

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import { Steps, Icon } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps>
    <Step status="finish" title="Login" icon={<Icon type="user" />} />
    <Step status="finish" title="Verification" icon={<Icon type="solution" />} />
    <Step status="process" title="Pay" icon={<Icon type="loading" />} />
    <Step status="wait" title="Done" icon={<Icon type="smile-o" />} />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
1
First
2
Second
3
Last
First-content

Cooperate with the content and buttons, to represent the progress of a process.

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import { Steps, Button, message } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

const steps = [{
  title: 'First',
  content: 'First-content',
}, {
  title: 'Second',
  content: 'Second-content',
}, {
  title: 'Last',
  content: 'Last-content',
}];

class App extends React.Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.state = {
      current: 0,
    };
  }

  next() {
    const current = this.state.current + 1;
    this.setState({ current });
  }

  prev() {
    const current = this.state.current - 1;
    this.setState({ current });
  }

  render() {
    const { current } = this.state;
    return (
      <div>
        <Steps current={current}>
          {steps.map(item => <Step key={item.title} title={item.title} />)}
        </Steps>
        <div className="steps-content">{steps[current].content}</div>
        <div className="steps-action">
          {
            current < steps.length - 1
            && <Button type="primary" onClick={() => this.next()}>Next</Button>
          }
          {
            current === steps.length - 1
            && <Button type="primary" onClick={() => message.success('Processing complete!')}>Done</Button>
          }
          {
            current > 0
            && (
            <Button style={{ marginLeft: 8 }} onClick={() => this.prev()}>
              Previous
            </Button>
            )
          }
        </div>
      </div>
    );
  }
}

ReactDOM.render(<App />, mountNode);
.steps-content {
  margin-top: 16px;
  border: 1px dashed #e9e9e9;
  border-radius: 6px;
  background-color: #fafafa;
  min-height: 200px;
  text-align: center;
  padding-top: 80px;
}

.steps-action {
  margin-top: 24px;
}
Finished
This is a description.
2
In Progress
This is a description.
3
Waiting
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A simple step bar in the vertical direction.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps direction="vertical" current={1}>
    <Step title="Finished" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="In Progress" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="This is a description." />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Finished
This is a description.
2
In Progress
This is a description.
3
Waiting
This is a description.

A simple mini version step bar in the vertical direction.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps direction="vertical" size="small" current={1}>
    <Step title="Finished" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="In Progress" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="This is a description." />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Finished
This is a description
In Process
This is a description
3
Waiting
This is a description

By using status of Steps, you can specify the state for current step.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps current={1} status="error">
    <Step title="Finished" description="This is a description" />
    <Step title="In Process" description="This is a description" />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="This is a description" />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Finished
This is a description.
In Progress
This is a description.
Waiting
This is a description.

Steps with progress dot style.

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import { Steps } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps progressDot current={1}>
    <Step title="Finished" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="In Progress" description="This is a description." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="This is a description." />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);
Finished
You can hover on the dot.
In Progress
You can hover on the dot.
Waiting
You can hover on the dot.
Waiting
You can hover on the dot.

You can customize the display for Steps with progress dot style.

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import { Steps, Popover } from 'antd';

const Step = Steps.Step;

const customDot = (dot, { status, index }) => (
  <Popover content={<span>step {index} status: {status}</span>}>
    {dot}
  </Popover>
);

ReactDOM.render(
  <Steps current={1} progressDot={customDot}>
    <Step title="Finished" description="You can hover on the dot." />
    <Step title="In Progress" description="You can hover on the dot." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="You can hover on the dot." />
    <Step title="Waiting" description="You can hover on the dot." />
  </Steps>,
  mountNode);

API#

<Steps>
  <Step title="first step" />
  <Step title="second step" />
  <Step title="third step" />
</Steps>

Steps#

The whole of the step bar.

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
currentto set the current step, counting from 0. You can overwrite this state by using status of Stepnumber0
directionto specify the direction of the step bar, horizontal and vertical are currently supportedstringhorizontal
progressDotSteps with progress dot style, customize the progress dot by setting it to a functionBoolean or (iconDot, {index, status, title, description}) => ReactNodefalse
sizeto specify the size of the step bar, default and small are currently supportedstringdefault
statusto specify the status of current step, can be set to one of the following values: wait process finish errorstringprocess

Steps.Step#

A single step in the step bar.

PropertyDescriptionTypeDefault
descriptiondescription of the step, optional propertystring|ReactNode-
iconicon of the step, optional propertystring|ReactNode-
statusto specify the status. It will be automatically set by current of Steps if not configured. Optional values are: wait process finish errorstringwait
titletitle of the stepstring|ReactNode-