How to reload a page after the OK click on the Alert Page

I need to reload the page after the OK button is clicked on the Alert box. I am using the following code for it

alert("Successful Message");
window.location.reload();

But the window is reloaded immediately after displaying the alertbox. Please Help me in it

Answers:

Answer

Confirm gives you chance to click on cancel, and reload will not be done!

Instead, you can use something like this:

if(alert('Alert For your User!')){}
else    window.location.reload(); 

This will display alert to your user, and when he clicks OK, it will return false and reload will be done! :) Also, the shorter version:

if(!alert('Alert For your User!')){window.location.reload();}

I hope that this helped!? :)

Answer

Use javascript confirm() method instead of alert. It returns true if the user clicked ok button and returns false when user clicked on cancel button. Sample code will look like this :

if(confirm('Successful Message')){
    window.location.reload();  
}
Answer

use confirm box instead....

    var r = confirm("Successful Message!");
    if (r == true){
      window.location.reload();
    }
Answer
alert('Alert For your User!') ? "" : location.reload();

You can write above code in this format also.It seems quite decent

Answer

Bojan Milic answer work in a way but it error out with a message below,

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This can be avoid with,

function message() 
{
alert("Successful message");
window.location = 'url_Of_Redirected_Page' // i.e. window.location='default.aspx'
}
Answer

As the alert method in JavaScript does not return a Boolean or yield the current thread, you must use a different method.

My number one recommendation requires a little CSS experience. You should instead create a div element that is fixed positionally.

Otherwise you could use the confirm() method.

confirm("Successful Message");
window.location.reload();

However, this will add a cancel button. Because the confirm method is not within an if statement though, the cancel button will still refresh the page like you want it.

Answer

Interesting that Firefox will stop further processing of JavaScript after the relocate function. Chrome and IE will continue to display any other alerts and then reload the page. Try it:

<script type="text/javascript">
    alert('foo');
    window.location.reload(true);
    alert('bar');
    window.location.reload(true);
    alert('foobar');
    window.location.reload(true);
</script>
Answer

I may be wrong here but I had the same problem, after spending more time than I'm proud of I realised I had set chrome to block all pop ups and hence kept reloading without showing me the alert box. So close your window and open the page again.

If that doesn't work then you problem might be something deeper because all the solutions already given should work.

Answer

Try this code..

IN PHP Code

echo "<script type='text/javascript'>".
      "alert('Success to add the task to a project.');
       location.reload;".
     "</script>";

IN Javascript

function refresh()
{
    alert("click ok to refresh  page");
    location.reload();
}
Answer

Try this:

alert("Successful Message");
location.reload();

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