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Is this right?

When I type in my password and confirmation match the submit button becomes active but it does not redirect to a 405 page it just reloads the password page. Is that supposed to happen? Why isn't it directing to a 405 page? Here's a snapshot of my code. https://w.trhou.se/l8h0omjsdm (I added the username to this but the same thing still happens.)

Edit: When I debug using $("#submit") and then $("#submit").prop("disabled", true) they both show the same result which is <input type="submit" value="SUBMIT" id="submit" disabled="">. That's what its supposed to be but when Andrew did it the disabled did not show for just typing $("submit")

Lukas Smith
Lukas Smith
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can U paste the code ?

Sorry, I thought I had added the snapshot. I probably deleted it because I edited the post a couple of times.

1 Answer

Hi Marlinda,

Your form action is set to just action="#" so it won't actually perform any action other than reloading the page when submitted. Usually a form would direct to another server side page/script to handle the form data.