Flash messages, or alerts, inform users of successful or pending actions. Use them sparingly. Don't show more than one at a time.
Flash messages start off looking decently neutral—they're just light blue rounded rectangles.
You can put multiple paragraphs of text in a flash message—the last paragraph's bottom
margin will be automatically override.
Should the need arise, you can quickly space out your flash message from surrounding content with a
.flash-messages wrapper. Note the extra top and bottom margin in the example below.
.flash-success to the flash message to make it yellow, red, or green, respectively.
Add an icon to the left of the flash message to give it some funky fresh attention.
A flash message with an action button.
A flash message that is full width and removes border and border radius.
A flash message that is fixed positioned at the top of the page. Use for more global events where the content of the page is unknown.