Robert ManolisTreehouse Guest Teacher
Hi sarahmoore4, hard to say without running and inspecting the code myself. But here's some info to consider. First, it is possible to create a pure CSS modal. But if the Bootstrap modal is using JS, you should be able to inspect the code. If you've downloaded the Bootstrap files, you should have access to them in your directory. Or if you're using a CDN link for Bootstrap, you should be able to view the source files in the source tab of the Chrome DevTools, or by adding break points to some JS, and slowly stepping through the functions. Or perhaps you could overwrite the default functionality with your own JS. You could target the button and the modal, remove event listeners, add your own. Sounds like a great opportunity for some fun experimentation. Best of luck and happy coding!