The dialog element

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Chris Manning digs into <dialog>:

A dialog element provides:

An element that is easy to show and hide, including an open boolean attribute on the element itself.
Two versions: a standard popover or modal version.
A ::backdrop pseudo-element for modal types.
Built-in focus: see dialog focusing steps.
ARIA role support (dialog is the implied default). Also accepts the alertdialog role.
A pending stack for multiple dialogs.
A DOM interface with the open boolean and methods show, showModal, and close.

And those are just some highlights! Showing content on top of other content has never been easier.

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