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MKP Base Create Notification Messages

Notification messages appear in the lower right corner of the user’s screen as popup messages. This is a useful way of informing the user of problems with an action or confirming that actions have taken place.

Each notification has four parts:

  • Message – the text of the message
  • Notification Type a positive integer indicating the type of notification
  • Sticky – true to keep the message on the screen, false to fade the message after a few seconds.
  • Echo – true to output the message to the page

Here are some examples of how to create notification messages:

mkp_base message=”this is test message #1″ type=1 echo sticky notify
mkp_base message=”this is test message #2″ type=2 echo notify
mkp_base message=”this is test message #3″ type=3 echo notify
mkp_base message=”this is test message #4″ type=4 echo notify
mkp_base message=”this is test message #5″ type=5 echo notify
mkp_base message=”this is test message #6″ type=6 echo sticky notify

Output:

this is test message #1
this is test message #2
this is test message #3
this is test message #4
this is test message #5
this is test message #6

NOTE: The first and last notifications will remain in the database until they are displayed.