Facing - Confirm Form Resubmission Error

Sandy Williams asked on December 6, 2018 07:32

I'm trying hard to sign up on a website since yesterday but it's not loading properly and due to which I have to refresh it every time. This is causing some kind of "Confirm Form Resubmission" error. This is occurring with Google Chrome browser, most of the time. I;m using Windows 10. Is there any permanent solution for this issue?

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Sandy Williams answered on December 26, 2018 10:44

Thanks for the help. However, I resolved the issue yesterday somehow. I found this guide to be helpful for me.

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David te Kloese answered on December 6, 2018 14:36 (last edited on December 6, 2018 21:43)

When you refresh after you've submitted your form the browser wants to know if you want to do that "post" again.

What is the issue that causes you to reload the page (form?) in the first place? Since that should be the issue you want to solve?

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Bradley O'Neill answered on December 7, 2018 08:15 (last edited on December 7, 2018 08:15)

According to the super users, if the users can’t change or manage the page which is having the post operation, because there isn’t any solution.

On the different side, he said that if the user can change the page, then there are 2 different solution to fix this.

Employ GET instead of POST Employ the Post/Redirect/Get method with the HTTP 303 response code If the reader of this post is a daily browser, that’s not helpful obvious.

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Lee Conlin answered on December 7, 2018 11:32

On any control/web-part that takes user submission - once that control's work is completed successfully I usually find it best to redirect the user to another page to indicate success. This precludes them trying to refresh the page in the browser and hitting this issue.

Kentico often provides this option by way of a property on the web-part that takes a redirect path/url.

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