Nasrul Hazim Bin Mohamad

WordPress: Message Class

Sep
20

A simple class for displaying admin messages – error, notice and successful.


class Message {
	public static function error($message) {
		return '<div class="error"><p>'.$message.'</p></div>';
	}

	public static function success($message) {
		return '<div class="updated"><p>'.$message.'</p></div>';
	}

	public static function notice($message) {
		return '<div class="update-nag">'.$message.'</div>';
	}
}

/** 
 * Usage
 **/
Message::error('Hutang 2.6Bil! Bayar!');
Message::notice('Kacing! (PM: eh..cam bunyi duit masuk je');
Message::success('PM: Hasil derma orang bagi. Syukur lahhhh..boleh byr hutang');
wp-admin-message-error

wp-admin-message-error

wp-admin-message-notice

wp-admin-message-notice

wp-admin-message-success

wp-admin-message-success

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