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Lately I've been using JBar, a very neat jQuery plugin for displaying notifications in my web applications. Unfortunately the original version of JBar only supports binding to the click event of a DOM item. In order to get around this limitation I have modified the source code and posted an updated version on my GitHub account here. The modified version allows you to display a JBar notification by calling a method. I typically use it to display succes or failure messages when doing Ajax calls.

I have also included some additional CSS and JS so that you can diplay different styles of notifications.

showNotification(message) shows a green "success" message.

showWarning(message) shows an orange "warning" message.

showMessage(message, className) allows you to specify a custom class to apply to the notification for additional styling purposes.

A web page with samples is included.

 

Get the code here.

Posted on Friday, May 21, 2010 10:34 AM | Back to top


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I found your customized version of jbar and really like it. I'm trying to call the function like so after an ajax form submission:

$.ajax({
type: "POST",
url: "questions.php",
data: $(this).serialize(),
success: showNotification('Something good happened!'),
error: function(msg){
// alert( "ERROR: " + msg );
}
});

ANy idea what I'm missing?

Thanks,
-Paul
Left by Paul on Jun 29, 2011 3:58 PM

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