# Dialogs

The v-dialog component inform users about a specific task and may contain critical information, require decisions, or involve multiple tasks. Use dialogs sparingly because they are interruptive.

# Usage

A dialog contains two slots, one for its activator and one for its content (default). Good for Privacy Policies.


# Examples

# Props

# Fullscreen

Due to limited space, full-screen dialogs may be more appropriate for mobile devices than dialogs used on devices with larger screens.

# Transitions

You can make the dialog appear from the top or the bottom.

# Persistent

Similar to a Simple Dialog, except that it’s not dismissed when touching outside or pressing esc key.

# Scrollable

Example of a dialog with scrollable content.

# Misc

# Form

Just a simple example of a form in a dialog.

# Loader

The v-dialog component makes it easy to create a customized loading experience for your application.

# Nesting

Dialogs can be nested: you can open one dialog from another.

# Overflowed

Modals that do not fit within the available window space will scroll the container.

# Without activator

If for some reason you are unable to use the activator slot, be sure to add the .stop modifier to the event that triggers the dialog.

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