noblerare noblerare - 10 months ago 164
React JSX Question

How do I apply custom CSS to Modal dialog - React-bootstrap

I am new to React here and I am trying to apply CSS to a Modal dialog.

I've created a css file: /css/mycss.css


.test {
width: 90%;
color: red;

At the root level, I have my modal dialog JSX file:


//more code above
//more code below

As I understand it, I'm supposed to use the
prop to apply CSS to the modal dialog. I'm trying to access the class selector in my CSS file and pass it into the prop as shown.

Do I have to import the CSS?

import test from '/css/mycss.css';

That didn't work. What do I do to get the CSS to show?


I've tried

import styles from './css/mycss.css'; // dialogClassName='styles.test';
import { test } from './css/mycss.css'; // dialogClassName='test';
import .test from './css/mycss.css'; // dialogClassName='test';
import {.test} from './css/mycss.css'; // dialogClassName='.test';
import './css/mycss.css'; // dialogClassName='test';

None of that applies the CSS.

Edit 2:

I tried
import styles from './css/mycss.css'
again and then did
dialogClassName = {styles.test};
. That actually worked...but sort of. The text colors did change to red but the width of the Modal dialog is still pretty stagnant. It is not 90% of the screen or 10% of the screen no matter what I change the
attribute to. So first, why was the tutorial I was following telling me to pass a string to
? And how do I get the width of the modal dialog to change?

Answer Source

You said that you are using webpack. If you don't have installed css loader.

npm install css-loader --save-dev

Now you can import your partial CSS files in React components. This example is when you have CSS files in the same direction as a js file.

import componentStyle from './componentStyle.scss';

There are more way how to import css files. This I use because you can go inside the file like this: className={componentStyle.classInside}.

Webpack example:

module.exports = {
   module: {
     loaders: [
       { test: /\.css$/, loader: "style-loader!css-loader" }

Also, you can use SASS, LESS, etc. in the same way.