AJAX technology allows for exchanging of data between a server and the updating part(s) of a web page without having to reload the entire webpage, thus saving time and a better user experience.
Method 1: Inspect the variables appearing in the URL when redirected
This method relies on inspecting the variables/parameters that appear in the address bar or URL of your browser when you are at a webpage.
When you fill in any information and click submit or press or a button in a form that may submit data or brings you to the next page, observe if one or more parameters are added to the URL:
- If any parameter is added, it's not AJAX-enabled.
- Otherwise, it is AJAX-enabled.
Method 2: Use browser's built-in developer tool (ADVANCED)
Another method is to inspect the HTML code element in a web page to determine if a web page is AJAX-enabled or otherwise. Here are the steps:
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