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I have form that getting values from query string and I have a form. On submission I have to show messages into the same page and I have two FORMs.

Is there any possibility using AJAX, if yes then How ? I have two FORMs.

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Yes. If you know AJAX, you wont have much problem. You just have to make a GET or POST request and handle the response. Post the code if you get stuck somewhere.

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Using jQuery to handle the ajax (post or get) will probably allow you to fix a solution in about 4 lines of js (jquery).

However, keep js as progressive enhancement. Ensure that your form will work even when js is disabled, e.g.

Take a typical login form:

<form name="frmlogin" id="frmlogin" action="includes/login.php" method="post">
  <label for="u">User:</label>
  <input id="u" name="u" type="email" placeholder="(your email)" />
  <label for="p">Password:</label>
  <input id="p" name="p" type="password" />
  <input id="slogin" name="slogin" type="submit" value="Login" />	
</form>

Here's the progressive enhancement:

$(document).ready(function() {
$("frmlogin").submit(function(e) {
  e.preventDefault();
  //do your ajax stuff here
  return false;
});
});

The form will still be sent if no js. jQuery is set to 'hijack' the submit form event so it can run an in-page login. The js-less version will take the user to the login page and then most likely redirect back to the calling page (or whichever page you choose).

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