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How can I refresh a page with jQuery? - Stack Overflow


Jun 23, 2013 ... You can use JavaScript location.reload() method. This method accepts a boolean parameter. true or false . If the parameter is true ; the page ...

Location reload() Method


Well organized and easy to understand Web building tutorials with lots of examples of how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, Python, PHP, Bootstrap, Java, ...

How to Refresh a Page with jQuery


Answer: Use the JavaScript location.reload() Method ... You can simply use the JavaScript location.reload() method to refresh or reloads the page. This method ...

How to refresh a page using jQuery? - GeeksforGeeks


Apr 25, 2019 ... Method 1: Using the location.reload(): The location.reload() method reloads the current web page emulating the clicking of the refresh button on ...

How to stop page reload on button click jquery - Stack Overflow


Nov 1, 2015 ... If your "button" is a button element, make sure you explicity set the type attribute, otherwise the WebForm will treat it as submit by default.

How to refresh or reload a page automatically in jQuery


The automatic Reloading of the page will be triggered using the setInterval() method. This method takes two parameters. The first parameter is a function, which ...

Prevent JS/JQuery LocalStorage from clearing after page reload ...


Jan 2, 2017 ... Prevent JS/JQuery LocalStorage from clearing after page reload. I have a single page that needs to preserve/keep a picklist value selected.

Script only works after a refresh - jQuery Forum


Is there anyway i can force to refresh every time you enter a page? Or is there a better method of doing this? The script goes like this: . $( ...

.unload() | jQuery API Documentation


The forward and back buttons will trigger the event. Closing the browser window will cause the event to be triggered. Even a page reload will first create an unload  ...

Howto force page reload/refresh of previous page when back button ...


That's not a solution, that's an abomination - it basically removes all caching and thus a large part of the speed of the jquery mobile site. You don't ...