Components

Contents

See also the corresponding UX guide.

How to style a bootstrap dropdown

  1. Use the HTML structure provided by the docs
  2. Add a specific class to the top level .dropdown element

     .dropdown.my-dropdown
       %button{ type: 'button', data: { toggle: 'dropdown' }, 'aria-haspopup': true, 'aria-expanded': false }
         %span.dropdown-toggle-text
           Toggle Dropdown
         = icon('chevron-down')
    
       %ul.dropdown-menu
         %li
           %a
             item!

    Or use the helpers Haml .dropdown.my-dropdown = dropdown_toggle('Toogle!', { toggle: 'dropdown' }) = dropdown_content %li %a item!

Modals

See also the corresponding UX guide.

We have a reusable Vue component for modals: vue_shared/components/gl_modal.vue

Here is an example of how to use it:

  <gl-modal
    id="dogs-out-modal"
    :header-title-text="s__('ModalExample|Let the dogs out?')"
    footer-primary-button-variant="danger"
    :footer-primary-button-text="s__('ModalExample|Let them out')"
    @submit="letOut(theDogs)"
  >
    {{ s__('ModalExample|You’re about to let the dogs out.') }}
  </gl-modal>

example modal