Prevent page reload on form submit - JQuery solution

When submitting a form on a web page, the default behavior is for the page to reload. However, in certain cases, this may not be desired and can lead to a poor user experience. Fortunately, there is a solution using JQuery to prevent page reload on form submit.

To achieve this, we can use the JQuery .submit() function to intercept the form submission event and prevent its default behavior using the .preventDefault() method. Here is an example code snippet:

$(document).ready(function() {
  $('form').submit(function(event) {

In this code, we first wait for the document to be ready using the .ready() function. Then, we select all forms on the page using the $('form') selector and attach a .submit() event listener to them. Within the event listener, we call the .preventDefault() method on the event object to prevent the default behavior of form submission, which is a page reload.

By using this JQuery solution, we can prevent page reload on form submit and provide a smoother user experience.

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