Toasts are content that are not original visible on a page but show up with extra information if needed. The transitions should make the appearance of the toast make sense and not jarring to the user.


To do this, call the toast() function programatically in JavaScript.

This theme provides an easy way for you to send unobtrusive alerts to your users through toasts. These toasts are also placed and sized responsively, try it out by clicking the button below on different device sizes.


  <a class="btn toast-basic">Toast!</a>

    html: 'I am a toast!'

Custom HTML

You can pass in an HTML String as the first argument as well.

Take a look at the example below, where we pass in text as well as a flat button. If you call an external function instead of in-line JavaScript, you will not need to escape quotation marks.

ToastMe! Toast Again!

    var toastHTML = 'I am toast content';
    M.toast({html: toastHTML});


You can have the toast callback a function when it has been dismissed

      html: 'I am a toast',
      completeCallback: function () {
          alert('Your toast was dismissed')

Styling Toasts

We've added the ability to customize your toasts easily. You can pass in classes as an optional parameter into the toast function.

We've added a rounded class for you, but you can create your own CSS classes and apply them to toasts. Checkout out our full example below.

Round Toast!

  M.toast({html: 'I am a toast!', classes: 'rounded'});

Dismiss a Toast Programatically

To remove a specific toast using JavaScript, access the M_Toast toast HTML element and call the remove function

  // Get toast DOM Element, get instance, then call remove function
  var toastElement = document.querySelector('.toast');
  var toastInstance = M.Toast.getInstance(toastElement);

Dismiss all Toasts