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Version 3.1: Modal Pop-Up Box

What is a modal pop-up box?

A modal pop-up box opens a new, smaller window on top of a webpage. Users can view and interact with the content inside the modal or choose to close it back to the page.

Creating a modal pop-up box

Step 1:

On the page you are editing, click on the Snippets icon in the WYSIWYG Toolbar.

Step 2:

Select the Modal Pop-up and click Insert.

modal snippet

Step 3:

Replace the default content with your own.

Step 4:

To rename the modal, click the table properties in the quick icon menu.

Or right click on the snippet and click table properties.

Step 5:

Switch the Class dropdown to (custom). Then replace the default modal-[name] with your own in the Custom Class field.

Ex: modal-header

 

 

Step 6:

Click Save

save button

Linking modal pop-up boxes

Step 1:

Navigate to where you would like to link your modal.  Modals need to be linked to a parent item, which can be any of the following:

  • A button
  • A word or group of words
  • An image

Step 2:

With the parent item selected, click Insert/Edit Link icon in the WYSIWYG Toolbar.

Step 3A:

If you are linking to a modal that resides on the same page you are currently editing, type #modal-[name] in the URL field.

internal modal link

 

Step 3B:

If you are linking to a modal that resides on a different page than the one you are currently editing, first locate and link up the page's dependency tag.   Then type #modal-[name] in the URL field. 

external link with modal

 

Step 4:

Switch the Class dropdown to (custom). Then type modal-link in the Custom Class field.

class custom dropdown

 

Step 5:

Save and publish the page to view changes.

publish button

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Last Updated: 3/1/22