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The rounded borders doesn’t seem to work on Google Chrome, i think you should add border-radius: “x”px; to the css file

BrunoG – Mmm, strange as I tested the script in all browsers. I will re-visit that asap and see what happened. If your right, then I will update the file although you can simply add this yourself if you need.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I am happy to resolve any bugs and will continue to improve and update the script as much as possible.

I will add another comment once the above is resolved (later today).

The CSS file has been updated to ensure rounded corners in Chrome :)

You do not mention if any cookies or sessions are set so the box remains closed on reload?

Hi Motive, there are no sessions or cookies. There really isnt a need for either.

The notify messages can be triggered on anything, user input, variables, sessions, whatever, so if you want, you can display a notify message based on a anything.

Example: if (session is active) // show notify

Hope this helps

How hard would it be to make the notification box close by clicking anywhere within the active box (instead of using the “X” at the top right)?

Also, can this be easily implemented within a CMS . I know this is an open ended question, however I am trying to see if this relies on one file for the type of message, which can be changed via the CMS (once implemented).

Thanks

Hi bogerdesign,

1) In order to have the box close when clicked anywhere, you just need to change the jQuery. Its fairly simple if your familiar with jQuery, if not, send me a direct email and I’ll send you the code.

2) It can be integrated into a CMS easily. It is a very simple and flexible script. I built it with a CMS in mind.

Hope this helps.

I looked at your live samples and it looks very nice. What I am wondering is if it can popup after a user has submitted a contact form or similar. My current cart software does something similar to what you have created. The problem is that some users don’t really notice these boxes and re-submit the form multiple times until they do notice the confirmation box.

So is there a way to have it pop up so it is more in their face?

Hi EricPollard

A popup can be added if you know how, although when the user submits the form, currently it uses AJAX so the user wont see the form anymore and instead a ‘thank you’ message is displayed. One reason for this is that the user does not re-submit ;)

Hi Eric, I just realised I replied to you and I was talking about one of my themes on themeforest. Apologies if that reply didnt make sense! Lets try again… The only way you could get it to popup is to add some Javascript to the PHP Class. You could easily trigger that javascript by using the element name of the success notification box. IE. When the HTML success message is shown, trigger popup. Hope that makes more sense.

That does make more sense. :) Sounds good. Thanks.

Ok so I did as your instructions said. Now when I try to go to the page nothing is displayed below the final code of

echo notify::display_message(‘warning’,’When using the notify function, you must choose a type of either \’error\’, \’warning\’, \’information\’ or \’confirmation\’. Its really simple, you just select which one and the rest is done for you’);

It doesn’t give any errors it just doesn’t display anything on my page below that code and it does not display the box as it should. Am I doing something wrong or missing something?

Ok I got it figured, thanks for reading this.

The problem was that I couldnt use a direct call to the files such as htt:// I had to use ../ to get to the files.

one question: how do you pass information between page? do you use session?

Nice script. Can I create a link in the information box that would redirect me to another page and close the information box? Thanks for your help!

Eric

Sure of course you can, you would need to parse HTML inside the notify box (the link) and then some javascript thats says “when link is clicked, close this notify box”. Sorry this reply is ridiculously late, I never go on code canyon anymore and i dont get notifications through.. eek

Just wanna let you know your instructions suck and I will not be using this. Waste of money – thanks a lot!

Hi Erik, not sure exactly why they suck but if you can elaborate, maybe I can add something? The item has sold many times and nobody has complained so far.. maybe I missed something? Envato seemed to think they were fine. Its really a basic concept.. and already there is more instructions than is needed. Sorry to hear though

Hello how to deal with a form as an example: <form class=”ajax” method=”get” action=””> <input name=”nothing” value=”test alert ok” /> <input type=”submit” class=”primary” onclick=”$(’#alert’).dialog2(‘open’); return false”> </ form> for notification appears at the end thank you

Hello how to deal with a form as an example: <form class=”ajax” method=”get” action=””> <input name=”nothing” value=”test alert ok” /> <input type=”submit” class=”primary” onclick=”$(’#alert’).dialog2(‘open’); return false”> </ form> for notification appears at the end thank you

iIve preview is broken.

Hi,

I have this plugin ( https://codecanyon.net/item/ah-tickets-help-desk-and-support-system/13070035?s_rank=1 ) installed on my website, I wanted to know that can I use your plugin for showing pop-up messages in user area (after/before) the login to their user?

Thanks

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