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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are 8850 Form Submission

Instructions and Help about Are 8850 Form Submission

Okay, so in this video, we're going to be dividing this text into sentences and correcting any mistakes. Here is the revised text: "Okay, so in this video, what we're going to be doing is submitting an HTML form with Ajax. We're going to be using the jQuery AJAX library to submit the form without refreshing the page. Additionally, we're going to be careful to create this functionality in a way that is flexible and can be easily implemented elsewhere. We also need to consider accessibility. What happens if the user has JavaScript disabled? In that case, we still want to be able to submit the form. Our Ajax functionality will handle the submission for users that can, while still maintaining the form semantics. Let's take a look at how the form looks at the moment. We can fill in some details such as our name, email address, and a quick message. After hitting 'Send', the data is sent to a PHP file without any visible changes on the page. In the console, we can see the data that was returned, which is an array of the name, email, and message. This is achieved by printing out the post global variable in PHP. So, in this video, we will start from scratch, build up the form, and then develop the JavaScript functionality. First, we will build the form as if we didn't have JavaScript enabled, ensuring that it works correctly. Once that is done, we will handle the rest with Ajax. This functionality can be used for as many forms as desired and is quick to implement. The first step is to build the form. We have already included basic markup, a title, and the latest version of jQuery from the CDN. We have also included a JavaScript file called "mange.js", which is where we...