The Gravstrap Alert shortcode handles the Bootstrap alert component. Here is a live example:

The alert shortcode, shown above, is defined by the following definition:

[g-alert name=alert1 type=warning]
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[Take this action](#) {.btn .btn-danger}
[Or do this](#) {.btn .btn-default}

Shortcode parameters

The [g-alert] shortcode has some optional parameters:

  • name - defines an unique component name.
  • type - defines the alert type. Valid values are success|info|warning|danger
  • attributes - defines extra attributes you can add to your shortcode. Attributes is a string of HTML key:value tokens, separated by commas. A valid attributes value is attributes=class:myclass, rel:my-rel".

Render the alert component using the template

The alert component can also be dynamically filled with data provided by a json file or fetched from a database. You will provide an array similar to the following one:

$alert = array(
    'name' => 'alert1',  
    'type' => 'warning',            
    'attributes' => 'class:my-class,rel:my-rel',
    'content' => 'Anim pariatur cliche reprehenderit enim eiusmod high life accusamus terry richardson ad squid.',
$this->grav['twig']->twig_vars['alert'] = $alert;

then in your template you will render the accordion as follows:

{% include 'bootstrap/alert.html.twig' with alert %}

Please note that the provide content is raw: it's up to you to provide a formatted one.

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