I would like to show a toastr (aka a popup) if TempData isn't null.  However, I'm having trouble integrating the jQuery and Razor syntax together.  This is my current javascript:  $(document).ready(function() {         if (@TempData["Succ...
In MVC 4, you could install this package Twitter.bootstrap.mvc and this would add lots of HTML helpers.  Once istalled you could send alert to view right from controller.  For example:  public class AccountController : BaseController  {     public Ac...
I'm trying to get offline.js working together with toastr alerts.  My limited JS knowledge is holding me back but hoping some can shed some light on this.  What I want to happen When the connection goes from down to up, I want to display a "r...
Most of the toastr demos are client side only.  If I get a server push of this json data     [     {"msg": "Mortgage bill paid", "t": "i"}     {"msg": "Account Balance below $3000", "t": "i&...
I am trying to display a toastr message (info,error etc) after submitting a form using a button and update a gridview control (which is in a update panel" in asp.net webform. Thanks...
I´m trying to keep toastr open alway but it´s dissapear when I click on it, I set extendedTimeOut = 0 , however the toastr dissapear when click on it, so I need a way it never closes even when I make click on it...
I am using the Toastr 2.1 JavaScript library to display transient user input validation error messages. I set preventDuplicates option to true. It is not working -- I still see duplicate messages when users click validate button in rapid succession (...
I need to display a toastr message within a particular div, class or id. By default it is body. I have figured out that I need to change the target. But I cannot seem to make it work.  Say for example I want to display toastr inside this div:  <sh...
I'm using this code to display toasts on an AngularJS site. I need to know how to put a line break (<br/>) into the body. When I use the options shown in this question, toastr renders the tag on screen, rather than interpreting it as HTML....
I'm trying to find a way to use Toastr to display errors to users as Exceptions or Errors occur within my application. The problems I'm running into seem to suggest that it would not be possible to have an exception that occurs in the Control...

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