Salesforce QuickAction Lightning Component with Custom Header and Footer

Salesforce QuickAction Lightning Component with Custom Header and Footer
Salesforce QuickAction Lightning Component with Custom Header and Footer

In my previous post, I have told you about the How to display errors in Lightning Datatable? In this post, I will show you how you can create your custom modal or popup for the Salesforce QuickAction button.

If you ever need to create a button in the footer of Standard QuickAction Modal then you will see that there is no such standard functionality provided by the Salesforce. So now, how can you create your own button in the footer of the Quickaction modal?

The answer is, you need to create your own custom modal using css. I have created my own, and by using this you can also create your own modal just you need to handle all the UI/UX stuff by yourself.

Now, let’s see how to do that.
First of all, you must implement force:lightningQuickActionWithoutHeader interface. So that the standard header and footer get removed from the popup and then you can create your own.

Aura Component:
<aura:component implements="force:lightningQuickActionWithoutHeader,flexipage:availableForRecordHome,force:hasRecordId">
    <!--Custom Styles for Modal Header and Footer--> 
    <aura:html tag="style">
        .slds-p-around--medium {
            padding: 0rem !important;
            overflow-y:hidden !important;
            height:unset !important;
            max-height:unset !important;
        .cuf-content {
            padding: 0 0rem !important;
    <!--Modal Header-->  
    <div class="modal-header slds-modal__header slds-size_1-of-1">
        <h4 class="title slds-text-heading--medium">Forceblogs - A Salesforce Blog</h4>
    <!--End Modal Header-->  
    <!--Modal Body-->   
    <div class="slds-modal__content slds-p-around--x-small slds-align_absolute-center slds-size_1-of-1 slds-is-relative">
        <form class="slds-form--stacked">
            Welcome to
    <!--End of Modal Body--> 
    <!--Modal Footer-->
    <div class="modal-footer slds-modal__footer slds-size_1-of-1">
        <lightning:button variant="Brand" class="slds-button" label="Save" onclick="{!c.handleSave}"/>
        <lightning:button variant="Neutral" class="slds-button" label="Cancel" onclick="{!c.handleExit}"/>
    <!--End of Modal Footer-->
JS Controller:
        handleSave : function(component, event, helper) {
        handleExit : function(component, event, helper) {
QuickAction Lightning Component

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Parul Singh

I’m a Salesforce Certified Service Cloud Consultant, Certified Administrator & Certified Platform Developer. I have 2 years of experience, currently working on Field Service Lightning, Lightning Flows and Learning Lightning Web Component. I was featured in the top Salesforce Bloggers of 2018 by

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