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A React component to render that renders its content in a popover





Popover is a non-modal dialog that floats around a trigger. It is used to display contextual information to the user, and should be paired with a clickable trigger element.


yarn add @chakra-ui/popover

# or

npm i @chakra-ui/popover

Import components

import {
} from "@chakra-ui/react"

Basic Usage

When using this component, ensure the children passed to PopoverTrigger is focusable, user can tab to it using their keyboard, and it can take a ref. It is critical for accessibility.

A11y: When the Popover opens, focus is sent to the PopoverContent. When it closes, focus is returned to the trigger.

    <PopoverArrow />
    <PopoverCloseButton />
    <PopoverBody>Are you sure you want to have that milkshake?</PopoverBody>

Rendering the Popover in a Portal

By default, the Popover doesn't render in a Portal. To make them display in a portal, pass the usePortal prop.

You might need to Inspect Element to see this in action. Notice the PopoverContent is rendered as a child of <body>

<Popover usePortal>
    <PopoverArrow />
    <PopoverCloseButton />
      <Button colorScheme="blue">Button</Button>
    <PopoverFooter>This is the footer</PopoverFooter>