Templates

Notifications enable you to configure multiple templates.

Each template is used together with its corresponding built-in or custom notification type. If you define a custom template for a built-in notification type, you will not be able to use the corresponding built-in template but you can still use the shorthand show methods.

The following example demonstrates how to use Notification templates.

<script id="myAlertTemplate" type="text/x-kendo-template">
    <div class="myAlert">System alert generated at #= time # : #= myMessage #</div>
</script>

@(Html.Kendo().Notification()
    .Name("notification")
    .Templates(t =>
    {
        // Define a custom template for the built-in "warning" Notification type.
        t.Add().Type("warning").ClientTemplate("<div class='myWarning'>Warning: #= myMessage #</div>");
        // Define a template for the custom "timeAlert" Notification type.
        t.Add().Type("timeAlert").ClientTemplate("<div class='myAlert'>System alert generated at #= time # : #= myMessage #</div>");
        // The template content can also be defined separately. The above line can be replaced with the following:
        t.Add().Type("timeAlert").ClientTemplateID("myAlertTemplate");
    })
)

<script>
    $(function(){
        var n = $("#notification").data("kendoNotification");

        // Show a warning message by using the built-in shorthand method.
        n.warning({
            myMessage: "some warning message here"
        });

        // Show a "timeAlert" message by using the default show() method.
        n.show({
            time: new Date().toLocaleTimeString(),
            myMessage: "Server will be restarted."
        }, "timeAlert");
    });
</script>

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