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If a user needs to confirm an action before it is executed, you should use a confirm prompt. For more information about usage and available options, please refer to the plugin documentation and to the code example below.

      <button id="alertify-demo-1" class="button h-button">Launch Alert</button>
      $('#alertify-demo-1').on('click', function () {
          initConfirm('Standard Alert', 'Are you sure you want to perfom this action? You won\'t be able to recover or to revert it.', false, false, 'Delete', 'Cancel');

With Callback

A callback function can be executed when the OK or CANCEL buttons are pressed. For more information about usage and available options, please check the provided code example.

      <button id="alertify-demo-2" class="button h-button">Launch Alert</button>
      $('#alertify-demo-2').on('click', function () {
          initConfirm('Custom Alert', 'You can pass a callback function as a callback parameter to define what happens after the confirm button is clicked.', false, false, 'Callback', 'Cancel', function (closeEvent) {
              alert('The callback was executed!')