jQM-Windows-AlertBox - AlertBox
Installation is as simple as including a single script tag.
There are other versions available in the CDN. If you are working on a production application, it is highly recommended that you make a local copy. I try not to move things on the CDN, but it does happen occasionally.
Just make a popup, and add the class “jqm-alert-box”. For Instance:
<div data-role="popup" id="popupOpts" class="ui-content jqm-alert-box"> <a href="#" data-rel="back" data-role="button" data-icon="delete" data-iconpos="notext" class="ui-btn-right">Close</a> <p style="text-align:center"> Welcome to jQM-AlertBox.<br /> (these things are annoying, aren't they?) </p> </div>
Welcome to jQM-AlertBox.
(these things are annoying, aren't they?)
Can I have multiple alerts per site?
Of course. One on every page if you like.
Can I nest these / use multiple on a page?
Nope. I can’t stop you from hacking it together, but it’s not something I will support.
What was the class name again?
Extra Options (Attributes)
You can play with a bit more of the configuration of this by playing with some extra data attributes. These are added to the [data-role=popup] div (same place as the class name)
How long should the box be open? 5sec (5000ms) is default. Note that this value is in milliseconds, not seconds.
Takes the place of data-transition on the popup link. Controls how the popup appears. ‘pop’ is the default.
With this set to false, your user has to wait for the popup to timeout or explicitly click the close link (if included). Otherwise, they can click anywhere outside of the popup to close it.
Takes the place of data-position-to, but probably “window” is a good idea since it doesn’t use an anchor, eh? I have never tried to use a different value, but I suppose if you had some sort of infobar, you could use this to position over it. Not sure.