Confirm Form Resubmission is more of a ‘feature’ than an ‘error’, faced by several Chrome users. It prevents the browser from repeating the page or task after hitting the F5 (refresh) button. Sometimes, it also occurs after pressing the back button on the browser.
When this feature is turned on, it saves the users from doing the same task. But, many users prefer to disable this message or popup for various reasons. So, here, we are going to provide some quick hacks through which you can get rid of this error.
Hence, have a look at the rest of the post to turn off form resubmission.
We are going to provide some easy solutions to fix the confirm form resubmission pop-up. So, try the methods explained below:
Sometimes, due to the misconfiguration of the browser settings, you can also face this message. Hence, by resettings the settings of the browser, you can get rid of this issue. To do this, perform the steps as follows:
Once the resetting process completes, you can close the Chrome browser. Now, reopen it to check if the issue is fixed.
You can easily solve the confirm form resubmission error using the Google Chrome Properties. To do that, you can follow the steps mentioned below:
If you apply this method to solve the pop-up, then you will get two different shortcuts for the Chrome browser. One of them is to configure with the procedure discussed above and the other is by using the default properties.
You can perform any one option depending on what type of work you want to do with the Chrome browser. Some specific links also can help you to resubmit the form and obtain your private data like card details or similar information.
Hence, whenever you need to perform such tasks on the browser, where security plays a major role, you can use the shortcut of the browser using the default properties.
Web browser always remembers the data once filled in its forms. That’s why there is a chance of data duplication. So, if the browser stored too many duplicated data, it can also lead to the Chrome Confirm Form Resubmission back button error.
At this juncture, if you force Chrome to forget all the data it had stored, there won’t be any chance of duplication.
Hence, try to clear the browsing data regularly. While clearing the browsing data, you need to select all the options such as media licenses, cached data, passwords, cookies, browsing history, etc.
After that, close the web browser. Then, reopen it and try to refresh the webpage to check if the issue has been solved. Otherwise, disable the corrupted extensions of the browser.
If there are any corrupted extensions on your browser, then it can also trigger this message to appear. Henceforth, to solve this issue, you can disable some of the extensions of the Chrome browser. To do that, go through the steps mentioned below:
You can prevent this pop-up by using the form in the header with the PHP code as well. Usually, the PHP code is:
“header(‘Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0’)”
To solve this issue, delete ‘no-store’ from the form of the header. Afterward, try to refresh the webpage within the form.
Lastly, you need to enter the form and then refresh the page to check whether the pop-up is gone.
These were some of the easiest ways to solve the Confirm Form Resubmission pop-up on the Chrome browser. Hopefully, you will be able to use Chrome without form resubmission message after executing the above hacks.
If you face any trouble while performing the above-discussed methods, you can share through the comment box given at the end of this post.