A beautiful, responsive, customizable, accessible (WAI-ARIA) replacement for JavaScript's popup boxes

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Normal alert

alert('You clicked the button!')


  'Good job!',
  'You clicked the button!',

Pretty cool huh? SweetAlert2 automatically centers itself on the page and looks great no matter if you're using a desktop computer, mobile or tablet. It's even highly customizeable, as you can see below!

More examples

Download & install

$ npm install sweetalert2


$ bower install sweetalert2

Or download from CDN: cdnjs.com/limonte-sweetalert2


1. Initialize the plugin by referencing the necessary files:

<script src="bower_components/sweetalert2/dist/sweetalert2.all.min.js"></script>

<!-- Include a polyfill for ES6 Promises (optional) for IE11 and Android browser -->
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/core-js/2.4.1/core.js"></script>

You can also include the stylesheet separately if desired:

<script src="bower_components/sweetalert2/dist/sweetalert2.min.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/sweetalert2/dist/sweetalert2.min.css">


// ES6 Modules or TypeScript
import swal from 'sweetalert2'

// CommonJS
const swal = require('sweetalert2')

2. Call the sweetAlert2-function after the page has loaded

  title: 'Error!',
  text: 'Do you want to continue',
  type: 'error',
  confirmButtonText: 'Cool'


Here are the keys that you can use if you pass an object into sweetAlert2:

Argument Default value Description
title null The title of the modal, as HTML. It can either be added to the object under the key "title" or passed as the first parameter of the function.
titleText null The title of the modal, as text. Useful to avoid HTML injection.
text null A description for the modal. It can either be added to the object under the key "text" or passed as the second parameter of the function.
html null A HTML description for the modal. If "text" and "html" parameters are provided in the same time, "text" will be used.
type null The type of the modal. SweetAlert2 comes with 5 built-in types which will show a corresponding icon animation: warning, error, success, info and question. It can either be put in the array under the key "type" or passed as the third parameter of the function.
target 'body' The container element for adding modal into.
input null Input field type, can be text, email, password, number, tel, range, textarea, select, radio, checkbox, file and url.
width '500px' Modal window width, including paddings (box-sizing: border-box). Can be in px or %.
padding 20 Modal window padding.
background '#fff' Modal window background (CSS background property).
customClass null A custom CSS class for the modal.
timer null Auto close timer of the modal. Set in ms (milliseconds).
animation true If set to false, modal CSS animation will be disabled.
allowOutsideClick true If set to false, the user can't dismiss the modal by clicking outside it.
allowEscapeKey true If set to false, the user can't dismiss the modal by pressing the Escape key.
allowEnterKey true If set to false, the user can't confirm the modal by pressing the Enter or Space keys, unless they manually focus the confirm button.
showConfirmButton true If set to false, a "Confirm"-button will not be shown. It can be useful when you're using custom HTML description.
showCancelButton false If set to true, a "Cancel"-button will be shown, which the user can click on to dismiss the modal.
confirmButtonText 'OK' Use this to change the text on the "Confirm"-button.
cancelButtonText 'Cancel' Use this to change the text on the "Cancel"-button.
confirmButtonColor '#3085d6' Use this to change the background color of the "Confirm"-button (must be a HEX value).
cancelButtonColor '#aaa' Use this to change the background color of the "Cancel"-button (must be a HEX value).
confirmButtonClass null A custom CSS class for the "Confirm"-button.
cancelButtonClass null A custom CSS class for the "Cancel"-button.
confirmButtonAriaLabel '' Use this to change the aria-label for the "Confirm"-button.
cancelButtonAriaLabel '' Use this to change the aria-label for the "Cancel"-button.
buttonsStyling true Apply default swal2 styling to buttons. If you want to use your own classes (e.g. Bootstrap classes) set this parameter to false.
reverseButtons false Set to true if you want to invert default buttons positions ("Confirm"-button on the right side).
focusConfirm true Set to false if you want to focus the first element in tab order instead of "Confirm"-button by default.
focusCancel false Set to true if you want to focus the "Cancel"-button by default.
showCloseButton false Set to true to show close button in top right corner of the modal.
closeButtonAriaLabel 'Close this dialog' Use this to change the aria-label for the close button.
showLoaderOnConfirm false Set to true to disable buttons and show that something is loading. Use it in combination with the preConfirm parameter.
preConfirm null Function to execute before confirm, should return Promise, see usage example.
imageUrl null Add a customized icon for the modal. Should contain a string with the path or URL to the image.
imageWidth null If imageUrl is set, you can specify imageWidth to describes image width in px.
imageHeight null Custom image height in px.
imageAlt '' An alternative text for the custom image icon.
imageClass null A custom CSS class for the customized icon.
inputPlaceholder '' Input field placeholder.
inputValue '' Input field initial value.
inputOptions {} or Promise If input parameter is set to "select" or "radio", you can provide options. Object keys will represent options values, object values will represent options text values.
inputAutoTrim true Automatically remove whitespaces from both ends of a result string. Set this parameter to false to disable auto-trimming.
inputAttributes {} HTML input attributes (e.g. min, max, autocomplete, accept), that are added to the input field. Object keys will represent attributes names, object values will represent attributes values.
inputValidator null Validator for input field, should return Promise, see usage example.
inputClass null A custom CSS class for the input field.
progressSteps [] Progress steps, useful for modal queues, see usage example.
currentProgressStep null Current active progress step. The default is swal.getQueueStep()
progressStepsDistance '40px' Distance between progress steps.
onOpen null Function to run when modal opens, provides modal DOM element as the first argument.
onClose null Function to run when modal closes, provides modal DOM element as the first argument.
useRejections true Determines whether dismissals (outside click, cancel button, close button, esc key) should reject, or resolve with an object of the format { dismiss: reason }. Set it to false to get a cleaner control flow when using await, as explained in #485.

You can redefine default params by using swal.setDefaults(customParams).

Handling Dismissals

When an alert is dismissed by the user, the Promise returned by swal() will reject with a string documenting the reason it was dismissed:

String Description Related configuration
'overlay' The user clicked the overlay. allowOutsideClick
'cancel' The user clicked the cancel button. showCancelButton
'close' The user clicked the close button. showCloseButton
'esc' The user clicked the Esc key. allowEscapeKey
'timer' The timer ran out, and the alert closed automatically. timer

If rejections are not handled, it will be logged as an error. To avoid this, add a rejection handler to the Promise.
Alternatively, you can use .catch(swal.noop) as a quick way to simply suppress the errors:


Modal Types

Input Types

Multiple inputs aren't supported, you can achieve them by using html and preConfirm parameters.
Inside the preConfirm() function you can pass the custom result to the resolve() function as a parameter:


Method Description
swal.isVisible() Determine if modal is shown.
swal.setDefaults({Object}) If you end up using a lot of the same settings when calling SweetAlert2, you can use setDefaults at the start of your program to set them once and for all!
swal.resetDefaults() Resets settings to their default value.
swal.close() or swal.closeModal() Close the currently open SweetAlert2 modal programmatically.
swal.getTitle() Get the modal title.
swal.getContent() Get the modal content.
swal.getImage() Get the image.
swal.getConfirmButton() Get the "Confirm" button.
swal.getCancelButton() Get the "Cancel" button.
swal.enableButtons() Enable "Confirm" and "Cancel" buttons.
swal.disableButtons() Disable "Confirm" and "Cancel" buttons.
swal.enableConfirmButton() Enable the "Confirm"-button only.
swal.disableConfirmButton() Disable the "Confirm"-button only.
swal.showLoading() or swal.enableLoading() Disable buttons and show loader. This is useful with AJAX requests.
swal.hideLoading() or swal.disableLoading() Enable buttons and hide loader.
swal.clickConfirm() Click the "Confirm"-button programmatically.
swal.clickCancel() Click the "Cancel"-button programmatically.
swal.showValidationError(error) Show validation error message.
swal.resetValidationError() Hide validation error message.
swal.getInput() Get the input DOM node, this method works with input parameter.
swal.disableInput() Disable input. A disabled input element is unusable and un-clickable.
swal.enableInput() Enable input.
swal.queue([Array]) Provide array of SweetAlert2 parameters to show multiple modals, one modal after another. See usage example
swal.getQueueStep() Get the index of current modal in queue. When there's no active queue, null will be returned.
swal.insertQueueStep() Insert a modal to queue, you can specify modal positioning with second parameter. By default a modal will be added to the end of a queue.
swal.deleteQueueStep(index) Delete a modal at index from queue.
swal.getProgressSteps() Progress steps getter.
swal.setProgressSteps([]) Progress steps setter.
swal.showProgressSteps() Show progress steps.
swal.hideProgressSteps() Hide progress steps.
swal.isValidParameter({String}) Determine if parameter name is valid.








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