Alerts are accessible for any length of text, with a dismiss button as an option. Use one of the eight essential contextual classes for optimal style (e.g., .alert-success). Use the alerts jQuery plugin for inline dismissal.
Unlike some other Bootstrap components like Buttons, the Alerts do not come with a default or primary styling, because they are meant to alert the user in a specific way.
Alert basic example
To rapidly provide matching coloured links within any alert, use the.alert-link utility class.
Additional HTML elements like as headings, paragraphs, and dividers can be included in alerts.
The .fade and .in classes adds a fading effect when closing the alert message.
To give an alert close functionality, all we need is to add data-dismiss="alert" to our close button.
Link color in Alerts
To quickly provide a matching color for links inside any alert, we can use the .alert-link utility class.
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