Submit (v.) late 14c., 'to place (oneself) under the control of another, to yield oneself,' from Latin submittere 'to yield, lower, let down, put under, reduce,' from sub 'under' (see sub-) + mittere 'let go, send' (see mission).Transitive sense of 'refer to.
- SEE SYNONYMS FOR submit ON THESAURUS.COM verb (used with object), submitted, submitting. To give over or yield to the power or authority of another (often used reflexively).
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HTMLFormElement.submit() method submits a given
This method is similar, but not identical to, activating a form's submit
<button>. When invoking this method directly, however:
submitevent is raised. In particular, the form's
onsubmitevent handler is not run.
- Constraint validation is not triggered.
HTMLFormElement.requestSubmit() method is identical to activating a form's submit
<button> and does not have these differences.
If a form control (such as a submit button) has a
submit, this method will mask the form's submit method. Uncork the magic comcompamerican meadow's equestrian center brighton.
<input> with attribute type='submit' will not be submitted with the form when using
HTMLFormElement.submit(), but it would be submitted when you do it with original HTML form submit.
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The definition of 'HTMLFormElement: submit' in that specification.
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