Yes, the appendTo
property of the Notification widget is designed to be used when you want to show the notification messages inside a desired container.
Note that in this case the messages are not popups, i.e. they are simple static elements rendered where you have specified.
If the messages do not appear at all, try setting the "autoHideAfter" property to zero, so that they do not disappear, and try to locate them in the DOM via the browser's DOM inspector. There may be some custom CSS styles, which interfere.
Send a runnable example if you need further assistance with this.
If you want to use appendTo, and position the notification messages, then you cannot use the widget's position
property, but you can still apply custom positioning-related CSS styles to the notification messages (.k-notification
elements). However, a more commonsense approach in this scenario is to position the container in which the messages are rendered, instead of the messages themselves.
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