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What is the method for including a close icon in the top right corner of the Material UI Dialog Header?

asked 2023-01-09 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-12-03 05:00:00 +0000

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To include a close icon in the top right corner of the Material UI Dialog Header, you can follow these steps:

  1. First, import the IconButton component from the Material UI library:

    import IconButton from '@material-ui/core/IconButton';
    
  2. Inside the Dialog component, add a new prop called onClose, which will be called when the close icon is clicked:

    <Dialog onClose={handleClose} ...>
    
  3. In the header of the Dialog, add the following code to render an IconButton component with the close icon:

    <DialogTitle>
      <IconButton onClick={handleClose}>
        <CloseIcon />
      </IconButton>
      <Typography variant="h6">{title}</Typography>
    </DialogTitle>
    

    Here, the CloseIcon component is imported from the Material UI library, and the onClick prop is set to call the handleClose function when the icon is clicked.

  4. Finally, define the handleClose function to close the Dialog:

    const handleClose = () => {
      setOpen(false);
    };
    

    Here, setOpen is a state variable that controls whether the Dialog is open or closed.

With these steps, you should now have a close icon in the top right corner of the Dialog Header that can be clicked to close the Dialog.

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