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The alert box is a system object, and not subject to CSS. To do this style of thing you would need to create an HTML element and mimic the alert() functionality. The jQuery UI Modal box does a lot of the work for you, working basically as I have described: Link.

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if(data.isTrue){
    $("#textbox").val(''); //clear the text box and show that Error Message Popup Alert
    csscody.alert('<h1>Hello World</h1>');
    return false;

}

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if(data.isTrue){
    $("#textbox").val(''); //clear the text box and show that Error Message Popup Alert
    csscody.alert('<h1>Hello World</h1>');
    return false;

}

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$("#textbox").keyup(function () {
    $.getJSON('check.jsp', {
        textboxname: this.value
    },function(data){
      if(data.isTrue){
          $("#textbox").val(''); //clear the text box and show that Error Message Popup Alert
          csscody.alert(data);
      }
      else{
       //do something 
      }             
     });
});

thanks for your answer but can you please add that Error Message Popup Alert(at 2nd position) from this website?

csscody.error('error text');

ok but what is this csscody? i have to write css coding in that function?

csscody is a JavaScript library. you don't need to do anything inside it. just add reference and call it. and if this solved your problem mark as answer.

ya it worked properly but only "OK" is coming in alert

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$("#textbox").keyup(function () {
    $.getJSON('check.jsp', {
        textboxname: this.value
    },function(data){
      if(data.isTrue){
          $("#textbox").val(''); //clear the text box and show that Error Message Popup Alert
          csscody.alert(data);
      }
      else{
       //do something 
      }             
     });
});

thanks for your answer but can you please add that Error Message Popup Alert(at 2nd position) from this website?

csscody.error('error text');

ok but what is this csscody? i have to write css coding in that function?

csscody is a JavaScript library. you don't need to do anything inside it. just add reference and call it. and if this solved your problem mark as answer.

ya it worked properly but only "OK" is coming in alert

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You cant change the styling of the alert box by pure css becuse it is a system object as mentioned before.

I've got a few links you can check out for custom alert boxes:

<-- I prefer and use this one myself. It is really simple and looks really nice in my opinion.
<-- has been mentioned before, it is quite nice but a little more advanced and more code
<-- I don't know if you know this guy, but he is amazing in explaining coding stuff. He has a tutorial about Custom Alert Box Programming Tutorial

Hope this helps you out a bit. Goodluck, and if there is anything you need help with. Commnt and i'll try my best to help you out.

<script src="dist/sweetalert.min.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="dist/sweetalert.css">
swal({ title: "Are you sure?", text: "You will not be able to recover this imaginary file!", type: "warning", showCancelButton: true, confirmButtonColor: "#DD6B55", confirmButtonText: "Yes, delete it!", closeOnConfirm: false }, function(){ swal("Deleted!", "Your imaginary file has been deleted.", "success"); });

Absolutely love the Sweet alerts. Thanks for sharing this link.

Hi, I tried using the sweet alert in one of my functions, but am not sure if I've place the code segments in the correct positions. If I have a function with if-else conditions and under each condition if I need -> "A warning message, with a function attached to the "Confirm"-button..." from sweet alert site to show up where and how exactly am I to paste the code given in the site?

Sorry for the late reply I wasn't at my computer. Can you explain what wont work? @NayantaraWilfred

I placed the entire code -> calling the pop-up, within the if condition parts in my JavaScript function and it didn't work & I was wondering if I had to put it else where. But thanks for the above. I'll refer to it and let you know

Sorry, but at the beginning I did unzip the neccessary files and i linked them in the head section of my index.html file under scripts. But I deleted it later when I saw that it wasn't working. And btw, the showStreamDefLine function is called to action via an onchange() function on the drop down. I just found a step by step guide to getting swal working. I'll try it and let you know. Thanks again.

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When I just run this as a page

<?php
echo '<script language="javascript">';
echo 'alert("message successfully sent")';
echo '</script>';
exit;

What version of PHP are you running?

$testObject->split_for_sms($Chat);

Maybe it doesn't get to that part of the code? You could also try these with the other function calls to check where your program stops/is getting to.

Hope you get a bit further with this.

this code worked for me echo ("<SCRIPT LANGUAGE='JavaScript'> window.alert('Succesfully Updated') window.location.href='form.php'; </SCRIPT>");

So you're echoing the whole string as a whole. Does your whole page + function calls run okay now?

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function reload()
{
    var r=confirm("Do you want to leave page!");
    if (r)
    {
        //write redirection code
        window.location = "http://www.yoururl.com";
    }
    else
   {
        //do nothing
    }
}

it still reload the current page if i clicked cancel

if (r==true) is redundant. It functions the same as if (r)

@Spedwards thanks i got your point...edited my answer... user3203544 if you show us your code may we help you more....without code we can't get your point..

@user3203544 May I ask what browser you are using? Kuldeep's code works fine for me in Chrome.

This is my code: function logout(){ var r = confirm("Logging out during the exam means you'll get a FAILED remark."); if (r==true){ window.location.href = "failed.php"; return false; } else{ } } then i have a button <button onclick="return logout()">lougout</button>

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I don't know what you mean by "then text box will be auto refreshed", so I'm going to guess that you want to put the cursor back into that field. As far as checking the length of the value when tabbing out you want the .change() or .blur() event:

$("input[type=text]").change(function() {
    if (this.value.length <= 4) {
        alert("Please enter more than 4 characters.");
        this.focus();
        return false;
    }
});

The blur event will be triggered every time the focus leaves the field; the change event will not be triggered again if the user immediately tabs out of the field again without changing it. I prefer to use change in combination with an additional validation on form submit, so that the user doesn't keep getting pestered with alerts (though actually I wouldn't show an alert at all, I'd put the message on the page next to the field).

thanks for your answer but i found that after alert i can still proceed to the next text box, alert is coming that's fine but after alert focus ought to be kept in that text box instead moving to the next text box, i think slight edit is required in your fiddle

See my updated answer. Using .blur() instead of .change() will do what you want, but (as I said in my update) I prefer another approach.

Note also that if you use .blur() to force the focus back to the field the user is trying to leave then (depending on the browser) they can't switch tabs in the browser or close the browser until they type more characters and that is very annoying.

Agreed. While we have provided solutions to your problem, this is a terrible user experience. Showing a message next to the input would be preferable to this.

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$(function() {
        $('input:text').blur(function() {
if(!this.value) {
    alert("Text box " + ($(this).index() + 1) + " cannot be empty.");
    this.focus(); //Keep focus on this input
}
});
});

replace $('input:text').blur(function() with $('input[type=text]').blur(function()

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Basically, validate the form when the submit button is clicked (with an onsubmit handler), and then use an alert() box if needed. By the way, people usually hate alert boxes.

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Is there a way to halt all execution until a dialog box is closed

That's what you get when using alert, confirm or prompt. Those are modal windows and block the execution flow.

or is there a way to custom skin a java script alert/prompt/confirm.

No, there isn't any way to customize the native alert boxes.

I understand that there are complicated ways around this by modularizing code

This is the only solution if you want an alert box that is both blocking, and uses a "custom skin". You should use callbacks.

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I think every Javascript implementation will support this, and there is no danger involved with it. It's commonly done to replace the plain OS-styled alert boxes to something more elegant with HTML/CSS. Doing it this way means you don't have to change existing code! The fact that it is possible makes Javascript awesome.

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Your script tag to pull in jQuery is using the (Common|General) Internet Syntax Scheme. This tells the browser to use whatever scheme was used to load the page in loading the script. It is helpful for sites which respond to both http and https.

If you are viewing your file locally using the file:// scheme, then you should see an error that $ is not defined. This is because the script does not live at:

file://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.0/jquery.min.js

Please use this src in the script tag when loading locally:

<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.0/jquery.min.js"></script>

Unless the OP is viewing a file on his local machine using the file:// scheme. Then there will be problems.

Essentially if the html file is loaded by double clicking, the // URL won't resolve, one need to use http

This was indeed it. Stupid how such a simple thing can mess me up! Excuse me for all you guys time, but you've saved me another couple hours of banging my head against the wall!

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<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
    if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
        alert("Checked Box Selected");
    } else {
        alert("Checked Box deselect");
    }
});
$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
        if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
            alert("Checked Box Selected");
        } else {
            alert("Checked Box deselect");
        }
    });
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

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<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
    if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
        alert("Checked Box Selected");
    } else {
        alert("Checked Box deselect");
    }
});
$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
        if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
            alert("Checked Box Selected");
        } else {
            alert("Checked Box deselect");
        }
    });
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

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<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
    if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
        alert("Checked Box Selected");
    } else {
        alert("Checked Box deselect");
    }
});
$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
        if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
            alert("Checked Box Selected");
        } else {
            alert("Checked Box deselect");
        }
    });
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

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<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
    if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
        alert("Checked Box Selected");
    } else {
        alert("Checked Box deselect");
    }
});
$("#planned_checked").change(function() {
        if($(this).prop('checked') == true) {
            alert("Checked Box Selected");
        } else {
            alert("Checked Box deselect");
        }
    });
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<input type="checkbox" name="planned_checked" checked id="planned_checked"> Planned

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When you start up or just join a project based on webapplications, the design of interface is maybe good. Otherwise this should be changed. In order to Web 2.0 applications you will work with dynamic contents, many effects and other stuff. All these things are fine, but no one thought about to style up the JavaScript alert and confirm boxes. Here is the they way,.. completely dynamic, JS and CSS driven Create simple html file

<html>
 <head>
   <title>jsConfirmSyle</title>
   <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" />
   <meta http-equiv="Content-Script-Type" content="text/javascript" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="jsConfirmStyle.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript">

      function confirmation() {
       var answer = confirm("Wanna visit google?")
       if (answer){
       window.location = "http://www.google.com/";
       }
     }    

    </script>
    <style type="text/css">
     body {
      background-color: white;
      font-family: sans-serif;
      }
    #jsconfirm {
      border-color: #c0c0c0;
      border-width: 2px 4px 4px 2px;
      left: 0;
     margin: 0;
     padding: 0;
     position: absolute;
    top: -1000px;
    z-index: 100;
   }

  #jsconfirm table {
   background-color: #fff;
   border: 2px groove #c0c0c0;
   height: 150px;
   width: 300px;
  }

   #jsconfirmtitle {
  background-color: #B0B0B0;
  font-weight: bold;
  height: 20px;
  text-align: center;
}

 #jsconfirmbuttons {
height: 50px;
text-align: center;
 }

#jsconfirmbuttons input {
background-color: #E9E9CF;
color: #000000;
font-weight: bold;
width: 125px;
height: 33px;
padding-left: 20px;
}

#jsconfirmleft{
background-image: url(left.png);
}

#jsconfirmright{
background-image: url(right.png);
 }
 < /style>
  </head>
 <body>
<p><br />
<a href="#"
onclick="javascript:showConfirm('Please confirm','Are you really really sure to visit    google?','Yes','http://www.google.com','No','#')">JsConfirmStyled</a></p>
<p><a href="#" onclick="confirmation()">standard</a></p>

</body>
</html>

Then create simple js file name jsConfirmStyle.js. Here is simple js code

ie5=(document.getElementById&&document.all&&document.styleSheets)?1:0;
nn6=(document.getElementById&&!document.all)?1:0;

 xConfirmStart=800;
 yConfirmStart=100;

  if(ie5||nn6) {
  if(ie5) cs=2,th=30;
  else cs=0,th=20;
   document.write(
    "<div id='jsconfirm'>"+
        "<table>"+
            "<tr><td id='jsconfirmtitle'></td></tr>"+
            "<tr><td id='jsconfirmcontent'></td></tr>"+
            "<tr><td id='jsconfirmbuttons'>"+
                "<input id='jsconfirmleft' type='button' value='' onclick='leftJsConfirm()' onfocus='if(this.blur)this.blur()'>"+
                "&nbsp;&nbsp;"+
                "<input id='jsconfirmright' type='button' value='' onclick='rightJsConfirm()' onfocus='if(this.blur)this.blur()'>"+
            "</td></tr>"+
        "</table>"+
    "</div>"
  );
   }

 document.write("<div id='jsconfirmfade'></div>");


 function leftJsConfirm() {
  document.getElementById('jsconfirm').style.top=-1000;
  document.location.href=leftJsConfirmUri;
 }
function rightJsConfirm() {
document.getElementById('jsconfirm').style.top=-1000;
document.location.href=rightJsConfirmUri;
 }
function confirmAlternative() {
if(confirm("Scipt requieres a better browser!"))       document.location.href="http://www.mozilla.org";
}

leftJsConfirmUri = '';
rightJsConfirmUri = '';

  /**
   * Show the message/confirm box
  */
    function       showConfirm(confirmtitle,confirmcontent,confirmlefttext,confirmlefturi,confirmrighttext,con      firmrighturi)  {
document.getElementById("jsconfirmtitle").innerHTML=confirmtitle;
document.getElementById("jsconfirmcontent").innerHTML=confirmcontent;
document.getElementById("jsconfirmleft").value=confirmlefttext;
document.getElementById("jsconfirmright").value=confirmrighttext;
leftJsConfirmUri=confirmlefturi;
rightJsConfirmUri=confirmrighturi;
xConfirm=xConfirmStart, yConfirm=yConfirmStart;
if(ie5) {
    document.getElementById("jsconfirm").style.left='25%';
    document.getElementById("jsconfirm").style.top='35%';
}
else if(nn6) {
    document.getElementById("jsconfirm").style.top='25%';
    document.getElementById("jsconfirm").style.left='35%';
}
else confirmAlternative();

can u make a demu plz

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