Use this package to display info/warning/error messages to the user on a web page. Using the SessionMessageService class, you register messages to be displayed. Using the MessageWidget class, you display the error messages in your templates.

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This service allows to implement user oriented messaging. It relies on a simple function that will add a message with a given level, and an HTML block that will render user's messages when the page is loaded.


Using the Service

When the package is installed, a block is added to the template's content. When rendered, this block will dump the messages that were stored into the session.

Add a message :

$messageService->setMessage("User <b>foo bar</b> has been successfully cerated", UserMessageInterface::SUCCESS);

The UserMessageInterface defines 4 types of message :

  • INFO

By default, the message will be displayed in the header block. But you are free to insert this block anywhere.

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