Below is a static modal example (meaning its
display have been overridden). Included are the modal header, modal body (required for
padding), and modal footer (optional). We ask that you include modal headers with dismiss actions whenever possible, or provide another explicit dismiss action.
Toggle a working modal demo by clicking the button below. It will slide down and fade in from the top of the page.
When backdrop is set to static, the modal will not close when clicking outside it. Click the button below to try it.
When modals become too long for the user’s viewport or device, they scroll independent of the page itself. Try the demo below to see what we mean.
You can also create a scrollable modal that allows scroll the modal body by adding
.modal-dialog to vertically center the modal.
Utilize the Bootstrap grid system within a modal by nesting
.container-fluid within the
.modal-body. Then, use the normal grid system classes as you would anywhere else.
Have a bunch of buttons that all trigger the same modal with slightly different contents? Use
event.relatedTarget and HTML
data-coreui-* attributes to vary the contents of the modal depending on which button was clicked.
Modals have three optional sizes, available via modifier classes to be placed on a
.modal-dialog. These sizes kick in at certain breakpoints to avoid horizontal scrollbars on narrower viewports.
Our default modal without modifier class constitutes the “medium” size modal.
Another override is the option to pop up a modal that covers the user viewport, available via modifier classes that are placed on a