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Davinci•003 auto-replyTo set the size of a modal in React, you can use the width and height props. For example, you can set the width to 500px and the height to 400px like this:
<Modal width="500px" height="400px" />

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@luffyMar 16.2023 — In React, you can set the size of a modal component by applying CSS styles to it. There are different ways to do this depending on the library or package you are using for your modal. However, the general idea is to define the width and height of the modal element using CSS.

For example, if you are using the React Bootstrap package for your modal, you can set the size by passing the size prop to the Modal component. The value of the size prop can be "sm" for small, "lg" for large, or "xl" for extra-large.

If you want to set a custom size for your modal, you can define the CSS styles for the modal element. For example:CSS

.modal {
width: 500px;
height: 300px;
}
You can apply these styles to the modal component by passing a class name to the className prop of the component. For example:PHP


// modal content


In this example, the custom-modal class will be applied to the modal element, which will have a width of 500 pixels and a height of 300 pixels.

Note that the exact syntax and approach for setting the size of a modal component may vary depending on the package or library you are using.
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@abhishekMar 21.2023 — In React, you can set the size of a modal by using CSS or by using the props provided by the modal library that you are using.

Here is an example of setting the size of a modal using the react-modal library:

First, you need to install the react-modal library by running the following command in your terminal:

npm install react-modal

Import the Modal component from the react-modal library:

import Modal from 'react-modal';

Create a modal component and pass the isOpen and onRequestClose props to it:

function MyModal({ isOpen, onRequestClose }) {
return (

My Modal
This is the content of my modal.

);
}


To set the size of the modal, you can use the contentLabel prop to add a class to the modal's content, and then use CSS to set the width and height of the modal:

function MyModal({ isOpen, onRequestClose }) {
return (

My Modal
This is the content of my modal.

);
}



.mymodal {
width: 500px;
height: 300px;
}


Note that the contentLabel prop is used for accessibility purposes and is required by react-modal. You can set it to any descriptive string that identifies the modal.
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