GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. When I open a modal window on Bootstrap 3 the backdrop of the rest of the page becomes black or very dark grey.
I found that the modal-backdrop was responsible for this as it didn't have an opacity set. Maybe it is intential to have a dark full color backdrop, but it looks crappy and takes away the visibility of the drop shadows of the modal itself. Only on my own page so far.[DIY- Making a YouTube and Photo Studio Setup - Build a Wooden Backdrop
It seems my pages uses the. Let me know. OK, I can now repro your problem with the example. But it works in the docs, so the problem should be in your markup somewhere In modals.
This causes the backdrop issue seen here. Note that the modal works [without transition] as expected, but the backdrop is fully opaque. This is obviously undesirable and also different from BS2. I think in the Bootstrap 2 we had the option to remove the "fade" and the opacity in the modal backdrop still worked correctly. Can removing the fade still respect the opacity? Line Thanks for pointing me in the right direction! I had the same problem, I also removed the same code as 1nspire and now I get the faded background.
Another fix is to add fade to this style in your custom. Line in the bootstrap. Definitely broken again. The uncompressed file works fine. It's just bootstrap. That has changed on Boostrap v3.
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However, my modal is appearing underneath the grey fade backdrop and is non editable. See this fiddle for one way to reproduce this problem. The basic structure of that code is like this:. If the modal container has a fixed or relative position or is within an element with fixed or relative position this behavior will occur.
Make sure the modal container and all of its parent elements are positioned the default way to fix the problem. The problem has to do with the positioning of the parent containers. You can easily "move" your modal out from these containers before displaying it.
Here's how to do it if you were show ing your modal using js:. Also, make sure that version of BootStrap css and js are the same ones. Different versions can also make modal appearing under background:. I have also encountered this problem and none of the solutions worked for me until i figured out i actually don't need a backdrop. You can easily remove the backdrop with the folowing code. Note : the data-backdrop attribute needs to be set to false other options : static or true.
Solution provided by Muhd is the best way to do it. But if you are stuck in a situation where changing structure of the page is not an option, use this trick:. Update 1: As pointed out by Gustyn that clicking on the background does not close the dialog as is expected.
So to achieve that you have to add some java script code. Here is some example how you can achieve this. Visit this link - Bootstrap 3 - modal disappearing below backdrop when using a fixed sidebar for details. An other way to approach this is to remove the z-index from the.
This will cause the backdrop to be on the same level as the rest of your body it will still fade and your modal to be on top.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. I am using Backbone Marionette region for Bootstrap Modal in an app I am developing, in which I need to have the modal close after a succesfull server sync. It would be usefull to document the events fired by the data-dismiss controls son that in these weird cases we can appropiately close the modal.
I've experienced the same problem it's really annoyingthough this may not be a bug in Bootstrap but the result of an interaction between Bootstrap and Backbone. Hopefully this will help someone. My view displays a Backbone collection and has a button that opens a Bootstrap modal.
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The view and collection are rendered on sync :. The collection gets updated, syncs, and then calls render. The rendering is what takes away the elements Bootstrap needs, leaving me in a state of no modal but a remaining backdrop. Solutions on the web suggest to manually remove the relevant DOM elements, though I don't think this is very elegant. What I decided to do instead was extend the View class with the following:.
And add two event listeners for modal events shown. The result is that whenever I have a modal open, render doesn't run - which is great in my case, since some of my collections may be updated implicitly - but once the modal closes, if render had to run, it does.
This is obviously good only for a single function; your case may require the use of arrays or more elaborate logic.
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When I use 3. After removing all the customized css and leaving only the bootstrap css, the problem remains. Changing 3. The modal is used within an ng-view partial. New release 3. The call to modal 'hide' is not doing it properly somehow. Check that.
The demos on getbootstrap. DiegoYungh You should post a code sample as the others ones already said. I just want to mention that we've also had this problem. It was because of some bad overriding. It was because of some changes in the Bootstrap modal when upgrading from 3. I can confirm this issue, although I don't have JS Bin example to show at the moment. The tricky part is that some use case of modals don't have this issue.
I will try to replicate this. Switch between 3. The issue occurs to modals that are inside container with relative position and z-index. Hi lustdante! However, according to Bootlintyour example has some Bootstrap usage errorswhich might potentially be causing your issue:.
You'll need to fix these errors and post a revised example before we can proceed further. Please note that this is a fully automated comment. Just confirmed it with Safari and Firefox. Technically the place where backdrop div is rendered has changed, so it will affect all modals that were placed inside container with relative position and z-index lower than that of the backdrop.
If you specify the value "static", it is not possible to close the modal when clicking outside of it.
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To change this, overwrite CSS with text-align:left center. Specifies whether the modal should have a dark overlay: true - dark overlay false - no overlay transparent If you specify the value "static", it is not possible to close the modal when clicking outside of it. Using JS Using data. Specifies whether the modal can be closed with the escape key Esc : true - the modal can be closed with Esc false - the modal cannot be closed with Esc.
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Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. After adding bootstrap-modal in an effort to use the scrollable modal, the. Prior to adding boostrap-modal, the. This overwrites the value of dictated by boostrap-combined. Note: changing. Using bs 2. And of course when I stripped everything out to do a bare jsfiddle, it worked fine, which suggests there's some collision somewhere between one or more components.
If I find out what exactly is causing the collision, and if it's something that bootstrap-modal should handle, I'll swing by and post my results. Otherwise, I don't think there's much that can be done on your end of things. Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up. New issue. Jump to bottom. Copy link Quote reply.
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So I'm having nearly the exact same problem as Jamescoo was but I think that my issue is coming from the fact that I have already positioned a couple of DIVs to create a sliding nav panel. The z-indexes shouldn't conflict and their values would show that they are stacking correctly, but visually they are not. Just move the entire modal outside of the rest of your code, to the very bottom.
It doesn't need to be nested in any other element, other than the body. Although the z-index of the. Because the parent has lower z-index than the. If you remove the z-index you have set on both the body div fullContainer content-wrap and also on the ctrlNavPaneleverything seems to work ok. NOTE: I think that you may have initially used z-indexes on the content-wrap and ctrlNavPanel to ensure the nav sits behind, but that's not necessary because the nav element comes before the content-wrap in the HTML, so you only need to position them, not explicitly set a stacking order.
The quickest way to fix this is to place the navigation inside that div:. Although this works, form controls still seem to appear above the backdrop, clicking anywhere dismisses the modal, but it doesn't look great.
A better workaround for me is to bind to the shown event once the page is loaded and to correct the z-index property. None of the answers worked well enough for me. The problem appeared to lie where the modal windows needs to be outside of the body. I'm wary of moving the modal content outside its original context: other JS or styles might depend on that context. However, I doubt there are any scripts or styles that require a specific context for the backdrop.
So my solution is to move the backdrop adjacent to the modal content, forcing it into the same stacking context:. It's only a slight deviation from jacoswarts ' solutionso thanks for the inspiration! I was fighting with the same problem some days I found three posible solutions, but i dont know, which is the most optimal, if somebody tell me, i will be grateful.
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The blocker here is animation-fill-mode: both. I could not just move modal outside, so the solution was to override 'animation-fill-mode' to animation-fill-mode: none. Animation still worked fine.
Another resolution for this problem is to add z-index: 0; to. This way, the modal HTML will be rendered before the body tag and the modal now should be displayed correctly.
Since I don't have the chance to move the modal markup since i added it in a partial template within a conditional what worked for me is add CSS bellow. If you can't put the modal to the root if your use angular and the modal is in a controller for examplemodifying bootstrap or using js is obviously a bad solution. Once you know which div is the problem you can play with the css display and position to make it work.
A very simple way to solve the problem other then moving your modal outside is move the backdrop inside structure were you have your modal. In your case, it could be. Note that this solution is applicable if you have a definite strucure for your application and you cant just move the modal outside as it will go against the design structure.
In Addition to all answers here, i found out, that the bootstrap4 "animated fadeIn" is also causing this error not clickable modal behind background :.
If you use JQuery, you can use the appendTo to append the modal to a specific element, in this case, thein most case, a simple one line can move your modal on top of the backdrop regardless where your modal div's position. You may also encounter this problem if the main wraper have a position: fixed. I had a similar problem that the fade was not working and the overlay stayed on the page.