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jQuery Alert(), Confirm() and Prompt() Dialogs Replacements

Posted · Category: GPL License, Popup

jQuery Alert Dialogs aims to replace the basic functionality provided by the standard JavaScript alert(), confirm(), and prompt() functions. These are completely customizable via CSS (which can make your apps look much more professional). And you can set a custom title for each dialog.

These methods simulate a true modal dialog box. They will automatically re-position themselves if you resize the browser window. If you include the jQuery UI Draggable plugin, the dialogs can be moved by dragging their title bars. Unlike their native JavaScript counterparts, you can use HTML in the message parameter. To specify a newline, you can use either \n or <br />.

jQuery Alert Dialogs

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://abeautifulsite.net/blog/2008/12/jquery-alert-dialogs/
License: GPL License

  • Oooh lovely, just what I needed :)

  • Nice find!

  • Beautiful! Now I don’t need to create these myself!

  • Nice stuff.

  • Just what I needed! Great!

  • Thanks!!! Exactly what I need.

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  • mike

    love it, really light!!

  • a32

    I’d like the alert box not to be able to dragged outside of the browser viewport, any way to do this?

  • daenu

    Check out this one, the last thing a modal dialog needs to do is being dragable…


  • The link is no more exist. Can you update the link?
    I really need this thing.

  • Ray Cheung

    @ SHAKI

    I have just updated the link!

  • Lesley

    GRT . Thanks

  • Yaxyry

    Love it!!!!!!

  • cikabole

    Great job!
    I’ve made some changes and introduced new alert type: jError , based on jAlert.
    It was very easy to make it on well organized code, and I’m using it in my project parallel with other alerts.

  • const

    Thanks! Very helpful.

  • This is great! Lemme try this one! Thanks for creating this!

  • me

    cant do multiple jPrompts in a for loop ..

  • Neha Hbang

    i m trying to fetch the values of a form and display those values in a alert box.. please any one help..

  • Russ

    Thank you so much! This Jquery is amazing, I made a few alterations to it, and now I’m using it to warn my visitors when they click links that will take me away from my domain, and it was so easy to modify. Thanks, thanks, thanks!!

  • Manya Manu

    Very nice

    I like the way.


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