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WillBradley (not verified)

Tue, 07/17/2018 - 14:36

As a rule, there are two different ways to AJAX this form submit! That is, we present the form via AJAX and the server returns HTML. The AJAX would restore the form HTML with the blunder in it so we can render it on the page assignment help service. This is less demanding... since you don't have to do all that much in JavaScript. Be that as it may, this approach is also a bit outdated.

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