By informatiker


2015-01-12 13:50:46 8 Comments

I would like to add icon/image in UITextField. The icon/image should be left to placeholder.

enter image description here

I tried this:

var imageView = UIImageView();
var image = UIImage(named: "email.png");
imageView.image = image;
emailField.leftView = imageView;

Thanks.

17 comments

@Ashutosh kumar Mishra 2020-06-29 08:00:31

Using the extension in Swift4, We can easily put the image on the right or on the left with padding to TextField.

extension UITextField {

    //MARK:- Set Image on the right of text fields

  func setupRightImage(imageName:String){
    let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 10, y: 10, width: 20, height: 20))
    imageView.image = UIImage(named: imageName)
    let imageContainerView: UIView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 55, height: 40))
    imageContainerView.addSubview(imageView)
    rightView = imageContainerView
    rightViewMode = .always
    self.tintColor = .lightGray
}

 //MARK:- Set Image on left of text fields

    func setupLeftImage(imageName:String){
       let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 10, y: 10, width: 20, height: 20))
       imageView.image = UIImage(named: imageName)
       let imageContainerView: UIView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 55, height: 40))
       imageContainerView.addSubview(imageView)
       leftView = imageContainerView
       leftViewMode = .always
       self.tintColor = .lightGray
     }

  }

Use code as for left image setup:-

   self.password_text_field.setupLeftImage(imageName: "unlock")

Output :)

enter image description here

@Fattie 2020-05-18 13:22:02

2020 - reasonable solution

Regarding this insanity from Apple.

Here is perhaps the "clearest", simplest, way to do it:

enter image description here

First, you must correctly move the text.

Note this critical QA: https://stackoverflow.com/a/27066764/294884

class TidyTextField: UITextField {
    
    @IBInspectable var leftImage: UIImage? = nil
    @IBInspectable var leftPadding: CGFloat = 0
    @IBInspectable var gapPadding: CGFloat = 0
    
    private var textPadding: UIEdgeInsets {
        let p: CGFloat = leftPadding + gapPadding + (leftView?.frame.width ?? 0)
        return UIEdgeInsets(top: 0, left: p, bottom: 0, right: 5)
    }
    
    override open func textRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        return bounds.inset(by: textPadding)
    }
    
    override open func placeholderRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        return bounds.inset(by: textPadding)
    }
    
    override open func editingRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        return bounds.inset(by: textPadding)
    }
    

continuing, we now have to make and move the left image:

    override func leftViewRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        var r = super.leftViewRect(forBounds: bounds)
        r.origin.x += leftPadding
        return r
    }
    
    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()
        setup()
    }
    
    private func setup() {
        if let image = leftImage {
            if leftView != nil { return } // critical!
            
            let im = UIImageView()
            im.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
            im.image = image
            
            leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.always
            leftView = im
            
        } else {
            leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.never
            leftView = nil
        }
    }
}

This seems to be about the clearest, most reliable way to do it.

@Roberto Font 2019-08-05 22:38:19

SwiftUI

RoundedRectangle(cornerRadius: 50)
                .frame(height: 40)
                .colorInvert() // sets the background white
            .padding()
            .shadow(radius: 12) // adds shadow to the rectangle
                .overlay(
                    HStack(spacing: 20){

                        Image(systemName: "person")
                            .resizable()
                            .aspectRatio(contentMode: .fit)

                        TextField("Username ", text: $username)
                            .font(Font.custom("Arial", size: 25))


                            .font(.title)
                    }
                    .padding()
                    .padding()
                )

Results

@Maulik Patel 2017-06-27 11:20:28

for Swift 3.0 add image on leftside of textField

textField.leftView = UIImageView(image: "small-calendar")
textField.leftView?.frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 5, width: 20 , height:20)
textField.leftViewMode = .always

@Jerry Chong 2019-07-24 08:30:10

Swift 5

Similar to @Markus, but in Swift 5:

emailTextField.leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.always
emailTextField.leftViewMode = .always

@Gurjinder Singh 2019-07-15 09:22:02

Swift 5

@IBOutlet weak var paswd: UITextField! {
    didSet{
      paswd.setLeftView(image: UIImage.init(named: "password")!)
      paswd.tintColor = .darkGray
      paswd.isSecureTextEntry = true
    }   
 }

I have created extension

extension UITextField {
  func setLeftView(image: UIImage) {
    let iconView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 10, y: 10, width: 25, height: 25)) // set your Own size
    iconView.image = image
    let iconContainerView: UIView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 35, height: 45))
    iconContainerView.addSubview(iconView)
    leftView = iconContainerView
    leftViewMode = .always
    self.tintColor = .lightGray
  }
}

Result

enter image description here

@S Yoshida 2019-02-26 20:38:14

To create padding, I like to place the image inside of a container view. You can remove the background color once you are happy with the icon placement.

enter image description here

let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 8.0, y: 8.0, width: 24.0, height: 24.0))
let image = UIImage(named: "my_icon")
imageView.image = image
imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
imageView.backgroundColor = UIColor.red

let view = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 32, height: 40))
view.addSubview(imageView)
view.backgroundColor = .green
textField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.always
textField.leftView = view

@Hamid Reza Ansari 2020-04-30 21:15:01

Thank you. Good explanation with colors.

@Mark Moeykens 2016-12-14 20:26:37

Sahil has a great answer and I wanted to take that and expand it into an @IBDesignable so developers can add images to their UITextFields on the Storyboard.

Swift 4.2

import UIKit

@IBDesignable
class DesignableUITextField: UITextField {
    
    // Provides left padding for images
    override func leftViewRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        var textRect = super.leftViewRect(forBounds: bounds)
        textRect.origin.x += leftPadding
        return textRect
    }
    
    @IBInspectable var leftImage: UIImage? {
        didSet {
            updateView()
        }
    }
    
    @IBInspectable var leftPadding: CGFloat = 0
    
    @IBInspectable var color: UIColor = UIColor.lightGray {
        didSet {
            updateView()
        }
    }
    
    func updateView() {
        if let image = leftImage {
            leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.always
            let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20))
            imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
            imageView.image = image
            // Note: In order for your image to use the tint color, you have to select the image in the Assets.xcassets and change the "Render As" property to "Template Image".
            imageView.tintColor = color
            leftView = imageView
        } else {
            leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.never
            leftView = nil
        }
        
        // Placeholder text color
        attributedPlaceholder = NSAttributedString(string: placeholder != nil ?  placeholder! : "", attributes:[NSAttributedString.Key.foregroundColor: color])
    }
}

What is happening here?

This designable allows you to:

  • Set an image on the left
  • Add padding between the left edge of the UITextField and the image
  • Set a color so the image and the Placeholder text matches

Notes

  • For image color to change you have to follow that note in the comment in the code
  • The image color will not change in the Storyboard. You have to run the project to see the color in the Simulator/device.

Designable in the Storyboard Storyboard

At Runtime Runtime

@Jerland2 2017-02-12 14:59:48

Added in imageView.contentMode = .AspectFit, to avoid image resizing.

@Ali Almohsen 2017-02-21 19:02:43

Thanks a lot for the great post! I've modified it to also have a RTL option. Code available here: pastebin.com/7CCm6NEB

@Mark Moeykens 2017-02-22 14:04:37

Nice job, guys! I had ended up doing the same thing later on too. Ha ha

@Sahil 2017-02-23 05:54:49

@Ali Almohsen we don't need to write extra code for placing image on right side.you can select the Force Right-to-Left option in semantic in interface builder for image on right place.

@Zaporozhchenko Oleksandr 2017-06-01 07:51:03

what about padding between image and text?

@Ixx 2018-01-28 14:02:55

Otherwise, well this can be used, set padding, a dummy image and the image outside of the textview.

@Ripa Saha 2019-03-11 16:46:37

the Great answer.

@Fattie 2020-05-18 13:14:58

There are some problems here. Setting the frame in updateView actually does nothing - iOS overrides it anyway :/

@Insou 2018-05-17 08:49:11

UITextField with image (left or right)

Another way, inspired from previous posts to make an extension.

We can put the image on the right or on the left

extension UITextField {

enum Direction {
    case Left
    case Right
}

// add image to textfield
func withImage(direction: Direction, image: UIImage, colorSeparator: UIColor, colorBorder: UIColor){
    let mainView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 50, height: 45))
    mainView.layer.cornerRadius = 5

    let view = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 50, height: 45))
    view.backgroundColor = .white
    view.clipsToBounds = true
    view.layer.cornerRadius = 5
    view.layer.borderWidth = CGFloat(0.5)
    view.layer.borderColor = colorBorder.cgColor
    mainView.addSubview(view)

    let imageView = UIImageView(image: image)
    imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
    imageView.frame = CGRect(x: 12.0, y: 10.0, width: 24.0, height: 24.0)
    view.addSubview(imageView)

    let seperatorView = UIView()
    seperatorView.backgroundColor = colorSeparator
    mainView.addSubview(seperatorView)

    if(Direction.Left == direction){ // image left
        seperatorView.frame = CGRect(x: 45, y: 0, width: 5, height: 45)
        self.leftViewMode = .always
        self.leftView = mainView
    } else { // image right
        seperatorView.frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 5, height: 45)
        self.rightViewMode = .always
        self.rightView = mainView
    }

    self.layer.borderColor = colorBorder.cgColor
    self.layer.borderWidth = CGFloat(0.5)
    self.layer.cornerRadius = 5
}

}

Use :

if let myImage = UIImage(named: "my_image"){
    textfield.withImage(direction: .Left, image: myImage, colorSeparator: UIColor.orange, colorBorder: UIColor.black)
}

Enjoy :)

@Andres Paladines 2018-07-25 15:45:09

You made my day, i customized the "view.backgroundColor" and the "imageView.tintColor" to make it full customizable. Thanks a lot for your answer xD

@Mohamed Haseel 2019-02-20 21:15:42

This is awesome

@Gerardo Salazar Sánchez 2019-07-18 19:10:44

This is best and simple answers

@l.sypniewski 2018-11-09 15:44:35

This is a modified version of Mark Moeykens' answer with added padding between image and text and adjustable image size in case somebody needs it.

Swift 4

    import UIKit

    @IBDesignable
    class TextFieldWithImage: UITextField {

        override func leftViewRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
            return super.leftViewRect(forBounds: bounds)
        }

        @IBInspectable var leftImage: UIImage? {
            didSet {
                updateView()
            }
        }
        @IBInspectable var leftPadding: CGFloat = 0 {
            didSet {
                updateView()
            }
        }
        @IBInspectable var rightPadding: CGFloat = 0 {
            didSet {
                updateView()
            }
        }
        @IBInspectable var imageMaxHeight: CGFloat = 0 {
            didSet {
                updateView()
            }
        }

        @IBInspectable var color: UIColor = UIColor.lightGray {
            didSet {
                updateView()
            }
        }

        func updateView() {
            if let image = leftImage {
                leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.always

                let containerSize = calculateContainerViewSize(for: image)
                let containerView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: containerSize.width, height: containerSize.height))

                let imageView = UIImageView(frame: .zero)
                containerView.addSubview(imageView)
                setImageViewConstraints(imageView, in: containerView)

                setImageViewProperties(imageView, image: image)

                leftView = containerView
            } else {
                leftViewMode = UITextField.ViewMode.never
                leftView = nil
            }

            attributedPlaceholder = NSAttributedString(string: placeholder != nil ? placeholder! : "",
                    attributes: [NSAttributedString.Key.foregroundColor: color])
        }

        private func calculateContainerViewSize(for image: UIImage) -> CGSize {
            let imageRatio = image.size.height / image.size.width
            let adjustedImageMaxHeight = imageMaxHeight > self.frame.height ? self.frame.height : imageMaxHeight

            var imageSize = CGSize()
            if image.size.height > adjustedImageMaxHeight {
                imageSize.height = adjustedImageMaxHeight
                imageSize.width = imageSize.height / imageRatio
            }

            let paddingWidth = leftPadding + rightPadding

            let containerSize = CGSize(width: imageSize.width + paddingWidth, height: imageSize.height)
            return containerSize
        }

        private func setImageViewConstraints(_ imageView: UIImageView, in containerView: UIView) {
            imageView.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = false
            imageView.topAnchor.constraint(equalTo: containerView.topAnchor).isActive = true
            imageView.bottomAnchor.constraint(equalTo: containerView.bottomAnchor).isActive = true
            imageView.trailingAnchor.constraint(equalTo: containerView.trailingAnchor, constant: -rightPadding).isActive = true
            imageView.leadingAnchor.constraint(equalTo: containerView.leadingAnchor, constant: leftPadding).isActive = true
        }

        private func setImageViewProperties(_ imageView: UIImageView, image: UIImage) {
            imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
            imageView.image = image
            imageView.tintColor = color
        }
    }

@Sahil 2016-07-27 05:45:15

I Just want to add some more thing here:

If you want to add the image on UITextField on left side use leftView property of UITextField

NOTE: Don't forget to set leftViewMode to UITextFieldViewMode.Always and for right rightViewMode to UITextFieldViewMode.Always anddefault is UITextFieldViewModeNever

for e.g

For adding an image on left side

textField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.Always
let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20))
let image = UIImage(named: imageName)
imageView.image = image
textField.leftView = imageView

For adding an image on right side

textField.rightViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.Always
let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20))
let image = UIImage(named: imageName)
imageView.image = image
textField.rightView = imageView

NOTE: some things you need to take care while adding an image on UITextField either on the left side or right side.

  • Don't forget to give a frame of ImageView which are you going to add on UITextField

    let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20))

  • if your image background is white then image won't visible on UITextField

  • if you want to add an image to the specific position you need to add ImageView as the subview of UITextField.

Update For Swift 3.0

@Mark Moeykens Beautifully expended it and make it @IBDesignable.

I modified and added some more features (add Bottom Line and padding for right image) in this.

NOTE if you want to add an image on the right side you can select the Force Right-to-Left option in semantic in interface builder(But for right image padding won't work until you will override rightViewRect method ).

enter image description here

I have modified this and can download the source from here ImageTextField

enter image description here

@narahari_arjun 2016-11-15 07:33:55

how can i add this in extensions and call in my viewcontroller ? can you suggest me

@Sahil 2016-11-15 08:51:16

Very simple! simply create function in UIViewController extension and pass imagename and textfield ref when calling that function.

@Sahil 2016-11-15 08:51:41

extension UIViewController { func addLeftImage(imageName: String, textField: UITextField) { textField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.Always let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20)) let image = UIImage(named: imageName) imageView.image = image textField.leftView = imageView } } and call it like self.addLeftImage("imganame", textField: yourtextfield)

@Rahul Phate 2019-03-11 09:54:33

i tried to change icon position. but not changed using this code

@Sudhi 9135 2018-03-05 12:51:52

enter image description here
Another way to set placeholder icon & set padding to TextField.

let userIcon = UIImage(named: "ImageName") 
setPaddingWithImage(image: userIcon, textField: txtUsername)

func setPaddingWithImage(image: UIImage, textField: UITextField){
    let imageView = UIImageView(image: image)
    imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
    let view = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 60, height: 50))
    imageView.frame = CGRect(x: 13.0, y: 13.0, width: 24.0, height: 24.0)
    //For Setting extra padding other than Icon.
    let seperatorView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 50, y: 0, width: 10, height: 50))
    seperatorview.backgroundColor = UIColor(red: 80/255, green: 89/255, blue: 94/255, alpha: 1)
    view.addSubview(seperatorView)
    textField.leftViewMode = .always
    view.addSubview(imageView)
    view.backgroundColor = .darkGray
    textField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.always
    textField.leftView = view
}

@Dhaval Solanki 2017-12-09 06:51:07

You can put this function your global file or above your class so you can access it in entire application. After this procedure you can call this function as per your requirement in application.

        func SetLeftSIDEImage(TextField: UITextField, ImageName: String){

                let leftImageView = UIImageView()
                leftImageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit

                let leftView = UIView()

                leftView.frame = CGRect(x: 20, y: 0, width: 30, height: 20)
                leftImageView.frame = CGRect(x: 13, y: 0, width: 15, height: 20)
                TextField.leftViewMode = .always
                TextField.leftView = leftView

                let image = UIImage(named: ImageName)?.withRenderingMode(.alwaysTemplate)
                leftImageView.image = image
                leftImageView.tintColor = UIColor(red: 106/255, green: 79/255, blue: 131/255, alpha: 1.0)
                leftImageView.tintColorDidChange()

                leftView.addSubview(leftImageView)
            }

            SetLeftSIDEImage(TextField: Your_textField, ImageName: “YourImageName”) // call function

@Graham 2017-12-09 06:59:01

Welcome to StackOverflow, is there some way you could povide some explanation along with this code? Answers that only have code in them tend to get deleted for being low quality. Please also take a look at this guide for answering in the help section: stackoverflow.com/help/how-to-answer

@Markus 2015-01-12 15:27:46

Try adding emailField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.Always

(Default leftViewMode is Never)

Updated Answer for Swift 4

emailField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.always

emailField.leftViewMode = .always

@Markus 2015-01-14 14:48:49

Hmm it worked for me, did you try it with the updated value (UITextFieldViewMode.Always)? Do you have any idea of what it was that didn't work? (for instance did it compile?)

@informatiker 2015-01-15 07:56:02

This is my whole code in ' ViewWillAppear' section: ' var imageView = UIImageView(); var image = UIImage(named: "email.png"); imageView.image = image; emailTextField.leftView = imageView; emailTextField.leftViewMode = UITextFieldViewMode.Always

@Markus 2015-01-15 08:20:00

@informatiker Ok, So are you sure that you have the connections correct, if you for example set the background color of the emailTextField does it really change? And are you sure that the image is there? For example, create an other UIImageView and load the image in that one to verify that that works.

@Markus 2015-01-15 08:41:09

@informatiker 2015-02-04 15:36:09

yes, thanks. The issue was that the icon was white and wasn't visible on white background.

@Sashi 2015-04-08 20:06:31

@Markus : hey, i'm using the same code but it didn't show the image? do you have any exaplanation?

@Markus 2015-04-09 12:54:53

@Sashi, not really... make sure that the image can be loaded by loading it in another UIImageView (and that it's not white on a white background)

@Sashi 2015-04-09 15:03:39

I continued my search and finally got it to work, i missed setting up the frame for the image view. Look's like we need to set frame on image before adding it to the uitextfield. Something like this imageView1.frame = CGRect(x: 5, y: 0, width: userName.frame.height, height: userName.frame.height) view.addSubview(imageView1)

@Gerald 2016-07-07 13:59:14

doesn't the placeholder overlap with the image?

@Abhishek Biswas 2017-07-04 05:34:22

I created a simple IBDesignable. Use it however u like. Just make your UITextField confirm to this class.

import UIKit

@IBDesignable
class RoundTextField : UITextField {
    @IBInspectable var cornerRadius : CGFloat = 0{
        didSet{
            layer.cornerRadius = cornerRadius
            layer.masksToBounds = cornerRadius > 0
        }
    }

    @IBInspectable var borderWidth : CGFloat = 0 {
        didSet{
            layer.borderWidth = borderWidth
        }
    }

    @IBInspectable var borderColor : UIColor? {
        didSet {
            layer.borderColor = borderColor?.cgColor
        }
    }

    @IBInspectable var bgColor : UIColor? {
        didSet {
            backgroundColor = bgColor
        }
    }

    @IBInspectable var leftImage : UIImage? {
        didSet {
            if let image = leftImage{
                leftViewMode = .always
                let imageView = UIImageView(frame: CGRect(x: 20, y: 0, width: 20, height: 20))
                imageView.image = image
                imageView.tintColor = tintColor
                let view = UIView(frame : CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 25, height: 20))
                view.addSubview(imageView)
                leftView = view
            }else {
                leftViewMode = .never
            }

        }
    }

    @IBInspectable var placeholderColor : UIColor? {
        didSet {
            let rawString = attributedPlaceholder?.string != nil ? attributedPlaceholder!.string : ""
            let str = NSAttributedString(string: rawString, attributes: [NSForegroundColorAttributeName : placeholderColor!])
            attributedPlaceholder = str
        }
    }

    override func textRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        return bounds.insetBy(dx: 50, dy: 5)
    }

    override func editingRect(forBounds bounds: CGRect) -> CGRect {
        return bounds.insetBy(dx: 50, dy: 5)
    }

}

@jethava yogesh 2017-06-02 03:45:30

Swift 3.1

extension UITextField
{
    enum Direction
    {
        case Left
        case Right
    }

    func AddImage(direction:Direction,imageName:String,Frame:CGRect,backgroundColor:UIColor)
    {
        let View = UIView(frame: Frame)
        View.backgroundColor = backgroundColor

        let imageView = UIImageView(frame: Frame)
        imageView.image = UIImage(named: imageName)

        View.addSubview(imageView)

        if Direction.Left == direction
        {
            self.leftViewMode = .always
            self.leftView = View
        }
        else
        {
            self.rightViewMode = .always
            self.rightView = View
        }
    }

}

@Surya Reddy 2018-07-09 06:19:19

please add ussage and what I need to pass frame param ?

@jethava yogesh 2018-10-29 08:43:22

in this Function "Frame" Parameter Use for left or right View

@Alex Zanfir 2017-04-02 20:54:07

Why don't you go for the easiest approach. For most cases you want to add icons like font awesome... Just use font awesome library and it would be as easy to add an icon to an text field as this:

myTextField.setLeftViewFAIcon(icon: .FAPlus, leftViewMode: .always, textColor: .red, backgroundColor: .clear, size: nil)

You would need to install first this swift library: https://github.com/Vaberer/Font-Awesome-Swift

@user1094081 2017-11-17 10:08:00

Why should one add an entire library only to get one glyph?

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