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Safari : Alert Message Not Closed when next alert Message Opens Using Jquery?

Posted on 2014-02-13
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In Safari Browser having one issue, following are my scenarios (with Example).

When i Click a button for delete an account on that time i opens alert message. in that alert window having two actions "OK" and "Cancel". if i click Yes it will redirect to another URL.(This is No Problem). But When i click "Cancel", i triggering to open another alert window. on that time previous alert not getting closed.

In Other Browsers like I.E, Firefox, Chrome it working fine.

Below is my Coding....

$('#upgradeNo').click(function(){ // Function
$('#accountFrame').hide('fast'); // To close the alert window( First alert)
$.modal.close(); // To close the alert window( First alert)
if( $("#deleteconf").val()=="ok"){ // Click Yes Button Function
    deleteAcc();
}else{ // Click Cancel Button Function
    $("#accountFrame").css('display','none');
deactivateAccount(); // new Alert gets open in this place
}
$("#deleteconf").val('');   

});

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Can anybody give me a quick solution. Awaiting for Response.

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Question by:ZoniacUser
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Chris Stanyon earned 500 total points
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We can't really see what going on without see the html page that this code is attached to.

Couple of things of note:

$.modal.close(); is not standard jQuery. Why is it there?

You call $('#accountFrame').hide('fast'); when you first click the button ,so why are you then calling $("#accountFrame").css('display','none'); in Cancel - the accountFrame element will already be hidden
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by:ZoniacUser
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i Got a Solution. i put the code in Modal Window OnClose Event. after that i called alert box. Now its working Fine , what i Expecting.    

            onClose: function (dialog) {
                dialog.container.fadeOut(100, function () {
                dialog.overlay.fadeOut(200, function(){
                    $.modal.close();

                    if (deactivateFlag)
                        {
                    deactivateAccount();
                        }
                });
                });
            }

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by:ZoniacUser
ID: 39864559
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for ZoniacUser's comment #a39864554

for the following reason:

I Got a solution from google with my scenarios. First i closed my modal window and then called alert box. thats it.
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by:ZoniacUser
ID: 39864560
@Chris Stanyon Thanks for Your Comment. Yes Modal.close is the valid syntax for Closing modal window. i have search and found the solution with myself did some workout. i have added the solution above.
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