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I have an html page with client-side javascript that calls a forms OnSubmit event (<form onsubmit="return ValidateForm(this);" action="">). ValidateForm(this) sets in motion a bunch of other javascript code after validation. However, I now need to move this form into an aspx page in order to take advantage of aspx layout and a bunch of controls for layout purposes. Now of course, when I click on my submit button, it causes postback, which I don't want.

How do I disable postback so that the client-side code in the form OnSubmit can run, or rather, display (as the results of it are not displayed because of the postback - it's as if the code had never run)?


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I actually ended up just putting it in a button onclick event, and then accessed the form values from within the code, but jensfiederer's solution I wasn't aware of before, so will squander hard earned points on you 'cause I might use in future ;-)

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