The ASP.NET Core Message is a graphical user interface for displaying messages with visual severity levels. It differentiates messages with icons and colors to denote the importance and context of the message. It has several built-in features, such as severities, variants, icons, and a template.
Display messages with predefined severity types that have distinctive icons and colors to convey their importance to the user. The available severity types are normal, success, info, warning, and error.
Message has predefined appearance variants for different visual representations of messages: text, outlined, and filled.
Users tend to understand visual information better than text. Include severity icons to the left of the message content to provide a visual representation of the message context. Users may want to hide some messages once they’ve read them. Include a close icon to the right of the message content to hide it through the user input.
Normally, message content is aligned to the left. Users can easily align it to the center or right using the built-in classes e-content-center and e-content-right.
A template is used to create custom user experiences. The Message component lets you customize the content with a custom structure. The content can be a string, paragraph, or any other HTML element.
Developers can control the appearance and behaviors of the Message component using a rich set of APIs.
The ASP.NET Core Message supports several built-in themes: Material, Bootstrap, Fabric (Office 365), Tailwind CSS, and high contrast. Users can customize any one of these built-in themes or create new themes to achieve their own desired look and feel either by simply overriding SASS variables or using our Theme Studio application.
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