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Implements Cory LaViska's JQuery Alerts feature for Plone

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Introduction

This package implements Cory LaViska’s ‘JQuery Alert Dialogs’ for Plone.

Basically, they are fancy, styleable replacements for the standard ‘alert’, ‘confirm’ and ‘prompt’ browser functions.

See http://abeautifulsite.net/blog/2008/12/jquery-alert-dialogs/ for more details.

Usage

When collective.alerts is installed and the jquery.alerts library registered in portal_javascripts (should be automatic), then the alerts can be called as follows:

  • jAlert( message, [title, callback] )
  • jConfirm( message, [title, callback] )
  • jPrompt( message, [value, title, callback] )

Dependencies:

On Plone 3.x, make sure that you have a newer version of JQuery than what is shipped with Plone. That would be JQuery > 1.3.5

The easiest way to do this is to install collective.js.jquery.

Plone 4.x users already have a new enough version of JQuery.

Changelog

1.2.3 (2011-02-08)

  • Removed the setup.py dependency on collective.js.jquery (not needed for Plone 4) [jcbrand]
  • Added GS-XML (metadata.xml) dependency on collective.js.jqueryui [jcbrand]
  • Added css for the popup [jcbrand]

1.2.2 (2010-04-12)

  • Add jquery dependencies to setup.py [jcbrand]

1.2.1 (2010-01-27)

  • Remove collective.js.alerts from css registry [toutpt]

1.2 - (2009-10-05)

  • Released

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