The goal of modals can be summed up in a single word: concentration. A modal window is one of the most successful ways to get users to focus on something simple.
The modal must either be closed or a certain action must be performed within it (e.g., reading a message and clicking “OK,” filling out a form, etc.).
Modals are a great way to keep things simple. Everything is contained in a single tab, allowing visitors to keep track of what they were doing before the modal occurred.
About The Project
Modal windows are useful whenever users need to see or perform anything specific. They usually occur (but not necessarily) following a trigger event such as a button click, scroll event, or exit intent.
Warnings, alarms, confirmations, forms, media displays, and multi-step procedures are some of the most common uses of modals in web design.
Project Details and Technology
|Abstract||Designers and users alike are divided on modals. Many people admire their capacity to draw attention to something important immediately, while others see them as an undesirable distraction from the user experience.|
|Developer:||Source Code Hero|
How to run the project?
Time needed: 3 minutes.
- Step 1: Download source code.
To begin, go to the following URL and download the source code.
- Step 2: Extract File.
Navigate to the file’s location after it has finished downloading and right-click it to extract it.
- Step 3: Run the project.
Finally, you can launch it by clicking the index file.
Download source code below
Modals are often used to direct users’ attention to an important action or piece of information on a website or application. So it is best practice to implement modal in your website.
Please feel free to leave a comment below if you have any queries or comments about the project.