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Change a button after e-mail

I have a page with a button that sends an e-mail with the data on the page.  The page that sends the e-mail just returns to the original page.  How do I alert the user that they sent the e-mail (grey out or something else).  Should I set a $_SESSION var?
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Julian Hansen

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Got it. Thought that there might be an easier way.
Julian Hansen

In my view AJAX is the easiest option - your backend script only needs logic for sending mail and returning status - no need for rendering an interface. The client script is also very easy - a single AJAX call with a status check in the callback.
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