javascript – Button that refreshes the page on click-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error:

I need a button that will refresh the page on the user’s click.
I tried this:

<input type="button" value="Reload Page" onClick="reload">

or

<input type="button" value="Refresh Page" onClick="refresh">

But neither worked.

How to solve:

Use onClick with window.location.reload(), i.e. :

<button onClick="window.location.reload();">Refresh Page</button>

Or history.go(0), i.e.:

<button onClick="history.go(0);">Refresh Page</button>

Or window.location.href=window.location.href for ‘full‘ reload, i.e.:

<button onClick="window.location.href=window.location.href">Refresh Page</button>

The Button element – developer.mozilla.org

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This works for me

HTML

    <button type="submit"  onClick="refreshPage()">Refresh Button</button>

JavaScript

<script>
function refreshPage(){
    window.location.reload();
} 
</script>

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<a onClick="window.location.reload()">Refresh</a>

This really works perfect for me.

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Only this realy reloads page (Today)

<input type="button" value="Refresh Page" onClick="location.href=location.href">

Others do not exactly reload. They keep values inside text boxes.

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button that refresh the page on click

Use onClick button with window.location.reload():

<button onClick="window.location.reload();">

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<button onclick=location=URL>Refresh</button>

This might look funny but it really does the trick.

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just create the empty reference on link such as following

 <a href="" onclick="dummy(0);return false;" >

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Use this its work fine for me to reload the same page:

<button onClick="window.location.reload();">

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I noticed that all the answers here use inline onClick handlers. It’s generally recommended to keep HTML and Javascript separate.

Here’s an answer that adds a click event listener directly to the button. When it’s clicked, it calls location.reload which causes the page to reload with the current URL.

const refreshButton = document.querySelector('.refresh-button');

const refreshPage = () => {
  location.reload();
}

refreshButton.addEventListener('click', refreshPage)
.demo-image {
  display: block;
}
<button class="refresh-button">Refresh!</button>
<img class="demo-image" src="https://picsum.photos/200/300">

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If you are looking for a form reset:

<input type="reset" value="Reset Form Values"/>

or to reset other aspects of the form not handled by the browser

<input type="reset" onclick="doFormReset();" value="Reset Form Values"/>

Using jQuery

function doFormReset(){
    $(".invalid").removeClass("invalid");
}

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window.opener.location.href ='workItem.adm?wiId='+${param.wiId};

It will go to the required path and you won’t get any resend prompt.

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