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    Use an Alert when you need to get the end user's attention and provide important information on the screen.

    How to use

    Add the message to the placeholder and set the alert type in the properties of the block.

    1. Drag Alert pattern into the preview.
    2. Set the mandatory Alert value.
    3. Set the Input Parameters to extend the default values.
    4. Type the message you want to display.
    5. Publish and test.


    Input Parameters

    Input Name Description Type Mandatory Default Value
    AlertType Select type of alert. Alert Identifier True none
    ShowCloseButton Set the space around the Separator line. Boolean False False
    ExtendedClass Add custom style classes to this Block. Text False none

    Layout and Classes

    CSS Selectors

    Element CSS Class Description
    .alert .alert-error When Alert type selected is Error
    .alert .alert-info When Alert type selected is Info
    .alert .alert-success When Alert type selected is Success
    .alert .alert-warning When Alert type selected is Warning
    .alert When ShowCloseButton parameter is False

    Advanced Use Case

    Add enter animation to Alert pattern

    1. Create a local variable of type Boolean called "ShowAlert" and set the default value to False.
    2. Drag a container into preview and name it (for instance, AlertAnimation).
    3. In the properties of the container, change the display from True to ShowAlert.

    4. Drag the Animate pattern into the container.

    5. Change the EnterAnimation property to EnterTop.

    6. Drag the Alert pattern into the Animate placeholder.

    7. Set the Alert type (mandatory value).
    8. Type the message you want to display.

    9. Publish and test.

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