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Hi, could someone tell me is there a way to make specific bootstrap alert close "forever". So basicly we will be using alerts to give isntructions when customer comes to specific site for the first time. now is there a way to dismiss alert forever when customer closes it? any ideas on how this could be acomplished? first idea that poped to mind is storing it somehow in db bu thtat aint gonna work for big dbs
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The DB is the right way to do it and probably the most reliable (though nothing is 100% guaranteed to identify a given user).  The less effective method is to use a cookie.

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