In the previous post, we discussed How to Download & Install HP Envy 5530 Driver on Windows 10? In this post, we will discuss Top 4 Ways to Fix Confirm form Resubmission Error.
In this era the internet is everything. The browser provides us with ways to surf the World Wide Web. Most of the user use Google Chrome as a browser & of course, it doesn’t always run as per the user’s desire. It does show some error messages & most of the times it is difficult to understand what it wants to convey.
Among all the errors the user sees, the most common error is Confirm form Resubmission Error.
Why Does It happen That Confirm Form Resubmission Dialog Pop Up?
Generally, the dialog pops up on refreshing a web-page on the browser or pressing a back button; trying to go back to the previous page.
This bug had been reported many times by many users, but it is still persistent in all the versions of Google Chrome & many other browsers. The reason for this is that the module of Google Chrome that deals with the forward/backward movement is so weakly built that it has become nearly impossible to solve this problem. Some of the reasons could be.
- A page that contains certain kind of form has refreshed.
- Internet connection is not proper
- In the middle of a form being submitted; you try to click on the back button.
Now the user knows why Confirm Form Resubmission Dialog Box Pop Up? Now it’s time to know:
How To Turn off Confirm Form Resubmission Error?
There are various methods to turn off the confirm form resubmission error. We will discuss the best 4 ways to turn it off.
Method 1: Delete no-store
If the user is using a form with this in Header as given below then confirm form submission is possible to solve.
header(‘Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0’);
The real issue might be in:
- Reenter the form & refresh to check whether it’s fixed or not.
- Refresh the page within the form.
- Simply try to delete (‘no-store’) from the header.
Method 2: Check Internet Connection
Try to turn it off for once & restart again & check if the problem is still here or not.
Method 3: Disable Corrupted Extensions
Corrupt extensions on the browser can be one of the reasons for getting Confirm Form Resubmission error.
Disable the extensions by using the following steps.
Step 1: Firstly, Click on the three dots placed vertically from the top right corner of your browser.
Step 2: Secondly, Navigate to More Tools>>Extensions.
Step 3: Now, just find the corrupted extension from the list.
Step 4: Then Disable it & re-enable again.
Method 4: Reset Chrome Browser Settings
Resetting the user browser settings can also consider as a potential solution to this problem. So, resetting the browser can be an option.
Follow the below steps:
Step 1: Firstly, Click on the three dots placed vertically on the top right corner of the browser to open a menu also known as Control Menu.
Step 2: Secondly, choose Settings option from the menu.
Step 3: Now, Scroll down till the end & click on Show Advanced settings.
Step 4: Then, find the option Restore settings to their original defaults at the end of the page & click on it.
Step 5: Finally, Click on Reset Settings option and you are good to go.