APEX Training

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Create a Success Message using Dynamic Action - Second

You can extend this simple example by adding a counter to it and close it after the specified number of seconds:

var my_counter = 5;

var success_message = $('#P299_MESSAGE').val() + '<br/>' 
+ 'This message will close in ' + 
'<span id="my_sec">' + my_counter + '</span>' + ' seconds.';
$('.t10messages').empty();
$('.t10messages').append(<div class="t10success" style="display: none;">
</div>
');
$('.t10success').append(success_message);
$('.t10success').fadeIn(1000);

var time_in_seconds = setInterval(function() {

my_counter--;

$('#my_sec').empty();
$('#my_sec').append(my_counter);

if (my_counter == 0) {
    clearInterval(time_in_seconds);
    $('.t10success').fadeOut(1000);
    }
}, 1000);

Using jQuery this is quite easy to acomplish.


4 comments:

Marko Gorički said...
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Marko Gorički said...

Hi Deneš,

I think that your code will add additional div with class t10messages into div with class t10messages :)

$('.t10messages').empty();
$('.t10messages').append('<div class="t10messages">
<div class="t10success" style="display: block;"></div></div>');
$('.t10success').hide();
$('.t10success').append(success_message);
$('.t10success').fadeIn(1000);


You can write this part shorter, e.g. :

$('.t10messages').empty().append('<div class="t10success" style="display: none;"></div>');
$('.t10success').append(success_message).fadeIn(1000);


Br,
Marko Goricki
http://apexbyg.blogspot.com

Denes Kubicek said...

Hello Marko,

sure. I did the correction. Thanx.

Denes

Sinelogix said...
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