How to create modal with overlay?

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Add a div class="modalcover" element as a last element in a document, then create a CSS class like below:,**update : **button 'click me' and all other elements should not be clicked when div is open.<>, Why is "дозу" in this sentence in the accusative case? , What events you are getting? This prevents the most of mouse interaction with the page. Though the tabbing through elements will still work. You can also add #modalcover.onmouseover=#dialog.focus(); – Teemu Aug 26 '13 at 7:16

Add a div class="modalcover" element as a last element in a document, then create a CSS class like below:

.modalcover {
   position: fixed;
   top: 0 px;
   bottom: 0 px;
   left: 0 px;
   right: 0 px;
   opacity: 0.0;
   z - index = 10000;
   background - color: #000000;
    display: none;
}
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The "Modal dialog" is an overlay that requires the user to interact with it before they can return to using the main document. This feature can be achieved with the Expose tool which is tightly integrated with this overlay tool. , You can only interact with elements that are inside this dialog. To close it click a button or use the ESC key. , Here we bind a submit event handler for the FORM element inside the dialog. This handler closes the overlay by using the overlay API call close. The default form submission action can be cancelled by returning e.preventDefault(). , Again, the HTML coding is no different from the basic setup. There are trigger elements and their corresponding overlay elements. Note that we have explicitly defined the close buttons here by assigning the class name "close" to the buttons. This will automatically bind the close actions to them.

<!-- the triggers -->
<p> <button class="modalInput" rel="#yesno">Yes or no?</button> <button class="modalInput" rel="#prompt">User input</button></p> 
<!-- yes/no dialog -->
<div class="modal" id="yesno">
   <h2>This is a modal dialog</h2>  <p> You can only interact with elements that are inside this dialog. To close it click a button or use the ESC key. </p> 
   <!-- yes/no buttons -->
   <p> <button class="close"> Yes </button> <button class="close"> No </button> </p>
</div> 
<!-- user input dialog -->
<div class="modal" id="prompt">
   <h2>This is a modal dialog</h2>  <p> You can only interact with elements that are inside this dialog. To close it click a button or use the ESC key. </p> 
   <!-- input form. you can press enter too -->
   <form> <input /> <button type="submit"> OK </button> <button type="button" class="close"> Cancel </button> </form> <br /> 
</div>
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How we can create a dialog or modal box using HTML CSS & JS? Solution: CSS Modal Box With Overlay, HTML CSS jQuery Modal or Dailog Box.,That’s It. Now you have successfully created a CSS Modal Box With Overlay. In other words, A modal or dialog box with overlay screen using HTML CSS & jQuery. If you have any doubt or question comment down below.,Now create a CSS file named ‘style.css‘ & put these codes.,The last step, Create a JS file for jQuery function named ‘function.js‘ and put the codes.

How I created This Login Dialog Box

Before sharing source code, let’s talk about it. As I told you, I am using a Login Form with the modal box.  For creating the modal box, I created a Div with class name “modal“. Inside the box, I placed two inputs for Username & Password field, a heading & a login button. I added a code on the main div called “modal” after the class name aria-hidden="true" (get info). Basically, this code is for hiding the modal box, it will appear on button click using jQuery.

aria - hidden = "true"
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Create a modal toggle link pointing to the modal ID you just created.,Just another Pure CSS overlay modal solution without any JS and checkbox & label tricks. Click on the blank area of background overlay to close the modal.,Add the heading, body content and close button to the modal like this:,Style the modal in the CSS.

Add the heading, body content and close button to the modal like this:

<div id="modal1" class="overlay">
   <a class="cancel" href="#"></a>
   <div class="modal">
      <h2>This is Modal Overlay 1</h2>
      <div class="content">
         <p>Click outside the modal to close.</p>
      </div>
   </div>
</div>
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Building a Reusable Modal Overlay - A detailed guide into building a reusable modal overlay.,The Basics - a Quick look at how to use Angular CDK Overlay,And that’s it, we now have a re-usable modal overlay, that we can use anywhere inside our application.,First, inject the Overlay Service in the component where you would like to open a new modal overlay.

import {
   OverlayModule
} from '@angular/cdk/overlay';
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A modal is often accompanied by a full-screen-covering overlay. This is useful for a number of reasons:,For anyone who has ever tried to make a modal accessible you know that even though they seem pretty innocuous, modals are actually the boss battle at the end of web accessibility. They will chew you up and spit you out. For instance, a proper modal will need to have the following features:,Also, depending on how opaque your modal overlay is, the user might not even realize they are scrolling the background.,On a related note, several popular modal libraries add this style to the body tag.

I typically plop a modal’s HTML before the closing </body> tag.

  <div class="modal" id="modal"></div>

  </body>

  </html>

One of my favorite tricks is in there. The one where you can center both vertically and horizontally without explicitly knowing the width or height:

.modal {
   position: fixed;
   top: 50 % ;
   left: 50 % ;
   transform: translate(-50 % , -50 % );
}

On large screens, the typical modal look is not only centered but also of limited width (like the above screenshot).

.modal {

   /* other stuff we already covered */

   width: 600 px;

}

Easily fixable with max-width:

.modal {

   /* other stuff we already covered */

   width: 600 px;
   max - width: 100 % ;

}

Setting a max will save us again:

.modal {

   /* other stuff we already covered */

   height: 400 px;
   max - height: 100 % ;

}

I’d suggest an inner container:

<div class="modal" id="modal">

   <!-- things that don't scroll -->

   <div class="modal-guts">

      <!-- things that scroll -->

   </div>

</div>

In order for the guts to scroll, it will need a height. There is a variety of possibilities here. One is to position it to cover the entire modal, and then add the overflow:

.modal - guts {

   /* other stuff we already covered */

   /* cover the modal */
   position: absolute;
   top: 0;
   left: 0;
   width: 100 % ;
   height: 100 % ;

   /* spacing as needed */
   padding: 20 px 50 px 20 px 20 px;

   /* let it scroll */
   overflow: auto;

}

Typical handling:

<div class="modal" id="modal">
   <!-- modal stuff -->
</div>
<div class="modal-overlay" id="modal-overlay">
</div>
.modal {

   /* stuff we already covered */

   z - index: 1010;

}
.modal - overlay {

   /* recommendation:
      don't focus on the number "1000" here, but rather,
      you should have a documented system for z-index and 
      follow that system. This number should be pretty
      high on the scale in that system.
   */
   z - index: 1000;

   position: fixed;
   top: 0;
   left: 0;
   width: 100 % ;
   height: 100 % ;

}

See the display: block; there though? I’d consider that a problem. display: none; is quite useful because it hides the modal both visually and from assistive technology. It’s easier to apply it on top of an existing display value than it is to override with a guess of a value. Meaning your .modal could use display: flex; or display: grid; or whatever else is useful. Different variations of modals could use whatever they want without worry they’ll be reset to display: block;.

.modal {

   /* for example... */
   display: flex;

}
.modal.closed {

   display: none;

}

Here’s the most basic possible way of opening and closing with what we have so far:

var modal = document.querySelector("#modal");
var modalOverlay = document.querySelector("#modal-overlay");
var closeButton = document.querySelector("#close-button");
var openButton = document.querySelector("#open-button");

closeButton.addEventListener("click", function() {
   modal.classList.toggle("closed");
   modalOverlay.classList.toggle("closed");
});

openButton.addEventListener("click", function() {
   modal.classList.toggle("closed");
   modalOverlay.classList.toggle("closed");
});
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