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Mark Conroy
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Jan 29, 2024 ⋅ 6 min read

Build an off-canvas menu with <dialog> and web components

Mark Conroy As a frontend architect, I am interested in reducing the barriers when working on frontend systems, by using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript without the fuss of frameworks, unless necessary. My current major interests are design systems, web components, and Drupal.

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One Reply to "Build an off-canvas menu with <dialog> and web components"

  1. Because this method of animating the dialog’s closing process relies on clicking a specific button, it doesn’t work when the dialog is closed by other means, such as pressing the Esc key.

    Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a `beforeclose` event for dialogs, only `close`, which seems to trigger AFTER the dialog has closed.

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