I have created a popup successfully by using Magento 2 modal code as i added below but now i want to close the popup even customer click on outside the pop-up or blur area.

Is there any existing feature or code can help us to achieve this?

Can anyone help on this.

var showFinanceCaclculator = $('div#finance-pre-calculated-values')
          autoOpen: false,
          buttons: [],
          clickableOverlay: true,
          focus: '',
          innerScroll: false,
          modalClass: '',
          modalLeftMargin: 60,
          responsive: true,
          title: 'Estimated Finance Terms',
          type: 'popup'
        $("#show-finance-button").click(function () {

We fixed this issue in a custom theme using a RequireJS mixin by adding the following files:


], function ($, wrapper) {
    'use strict';

    return function (modal) {

        modal.prototype.openModal = wrapper.wrap(modal.prototype.openModal, function(original) {

            var result = original();
            $('.' + this.options.overlayClass).appendTo('.modal-popup._show');
            //Setting z-index of inner-wrap to 900 so that it is actually clickable and not hiding behind the overlay
            $('.modal-inner-wrap').css('z-index', 900);
            return result;

        return modal;


var config = {
    config: {
        mixins: {
            'Magento_Ui/js/modal/modal': {
                'Magento_Ui/js/model/modal-mixin': true

Read more here: https://github.com/magento/magento2/issues/7399

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Hi just place the below code in the footer file or any file which is common on all pages and it will do your job. I was also going to the same issue and came out with this and it works perfectly.

<script type="text/javascript">
    function($) {
      var checkclass = e.target.className ;  
        if (checkclass.indexOf("_show") >= 0){

                    $( ".action-close" ).trigger( "click" );

    }); });
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  • In e.target.className ,what class should i give here – Jaisa Aug 3 '18 at 4:50
  • You just need to use the same class name as above code. just copy paste the code and it should work. Thanks – Rohit Goel Aug 3 '18 at 6:12

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