Alert Dialog

An alert dialog is often used if you want to make sure information comes through to the user. When an alert dialog pops up, the user will have to click "OK" to proceed.
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All of AlertifyJS animation/transition effects are disabled due to user preference that the system minimizes the amount of animation or motion it uses. See prefers-reduced-motion CSS media feature.

invokeOnCloseOff {Boolean}

Description: Gets or sets a value indicating whether closing the dialog via Close button or Dimmer should look for and trigger the action of a button having invokeOnClose set to true. Useful when you want to differentiate between closing the dialog or clicking an action that closes it.

Default: false

 alertify.alert('invokeOnCloseOff: true')
         .set({'invokeOnCloseOff': true,'onok': function(){alertify.success('Ok')} });


You can use the .setting() method to set multiple values at once, Also works as a getter. Or use .get() and .set() aliases.

//get the closable setting value.
var closable = alertify.alert().setting('closable');
//grab the dialog instance using its parameter-less constructor then set multiple settings at once.
    'message': 'This dialog is : ' + (closable ? ' ' : ' not ') + 'closable.' ,
    'onok': function(){ alertify.success('Great');}