A Firefox Web Push Notification has several parts. In this page, we tell you about the different parts of a Firefox Browser Notification.
When a browser receives a push notification, it appears on the right of the Mac OSX screen and looks like this.
Let’s breakdown the notification into its parts.
In the image above of a Chrome Browser Web Push Notification there are several parts. Here’s a breakdown.
|Title||The title of the notification appears at the top. 23 characters.|
|Site URL||This is the site that is delivering the message.|
|Message||Additional information about the notification|
|Icon||This is an image that can be set on an individual PUSH notification and is typically the logo of the site in the Site URL|
|Browser Logo||This is Firefox’s Browser Logo. It doesn’t change.|
|Click URL||A key part of the notification is what happens when someone clicks on notification. That is what is defined in the Click URL|