Position the Blazor Dialog in center of the page on scrolling

7 Aug 20232 minutes to read

By default, when you scroll the page/container, Dialog will also scroll along with the page/container. To display the Dialog in the same position without scrolling, refer to the following code sample. Here, the e-fixed class is added to the Dialog element by using the CssClass property to prevent scrolling.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Popups
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons

<div id="targetContainer" style="height: 900px;">
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<SfDialog Width="250px" CssClass="@DialogClass" Target="#targetContainer">
            <SfButton @onclick='@OnClicked'>Prevent Dialog Scroll</SfButton>

    body {
        overflow-y: scroll;

    .e-fixed {
        position: fixed;

@code {
    private string DialogClass { get; set; }

    private void OnClicked()
        this.DialogClass = "e-fixed";