- June 1st, 2011
HTML forms make up a large part of the web. They are the primary method for retrieving input from users. Typically, you fill out the form, click the submit button, and be redirected to a thank you page. For web applications, this may not be ideal - you may not want the user to leave the page. In this article, I'll show you how to use jQuery's AJAX function to submit a form asynchronously to the server and avoid a redirect. A Simple Contact Form Here's an example of a simple contact... Read more.