Demo MK Alerts

Ready to the new system message for Joomla?

MK Alerts is a system plugin that works with Joomla! 3.x and later. It will replace the core Joomla! system message with popups alerts.

Moreover, the plugin comes with an integrated shortcode system to fire alerts wherever you want simply calling a shortcode like:

{ mkal This is my awesome alert! }

 

FREE version

  • 4 different messages type: success, warning, info and error
  • works with Joomla! default messages

PRO version

  • 4 different messages type: success, warning, info and error
  • works with Joomla! default messages
  • replace the default system message
  • works in administrator panel
  • shortcode system
  • confirm message with callback function
  • support guaranteed within 24h
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Shortcode MKAL is easy and simple

PRO version has a shortcode system easy to use and with a usefull callback function to launch your custom javascript function.

Here below you find a series of shortcode examples with live demo.

success

Success!

{ mkal Great! | Thank you for your submission | success }
info

Info

{ mkal Info | Do you know you can get a FREE version of MK Alerts? | info }
warning

Warning

{ mkal Warning | This website uses cookies | warning}
error

Error

{ mkal Error | You didn't buy yet your PRO version of MK Alerts | success }

How does shortcode work?

The shortcode syntax is very easy to use, just follow some rules:

Every shortcode must begin with a curly bracket followed (without spaces) by the word 'mkal' and finish with a curly bracket.

Example (remember without spaces, here I use just to show code and don't fire the alert): 

{ mkal your message here }

Write between brackets the message you want to show

{ mkal your simple message here }

If you want to give a title to your message, divide the text with a pipe |

{ mkal Title | your simple message here }

 

If you want to set the type icon use another pipe followed by: success, info, warning or error

{ mkal Title | This is an error message | error }

{ mkal Title | This is a success message | success }

 

You can also use a callback to run your own function after the user confirm the alert:

{ mkal Title | Do you like cookies? | warning | setCookies() }

 

If your function has some parameters to pass, write them without single or double quotes and separets by commas:

{ mkal Title | Do you like cookies? | warning | setCookies( true, 365 ) }

MK Alerts for Joomla! system messages

Yes, it works with the Joomla messages. For example when a user fails trying to login to your website... wanna try? 

Try to login from the form below, demo / demo or everything you want, it will raise an MK Alert warning =)