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Handle Success from AJAX call

Posted on 2013-05-10
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I would like to handle a successful return from the submit below and reload the current page. How can i best achieve this?

           

         $('#modal-confirm').click(function() {
            $(form).ajaxSubmit();
            $(form).resetForm();
            $('#myModalOne').modal('toggle');


        });

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Question by:WalterRR
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$(document).ajaxSuccess(function() { // http://api.jquery.com/ajaxSuccess/
     location.realod();
})
$('#modal-confirm').click(function() {
            $(form).ajaxSubmit();
            $(form).resetForm();
            $('#myModalOne').modal('toggle');
});

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by:WalterRR
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Thanks very much...!
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you're welcome!
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