What Is AJAX?

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML. It was designed to communicate with servers by sending and receiving data in a variety of formats. Some websites use AJAX to update a webpage without requiring a page refresh. Some examples of AJAX include “Load more” pagination, some form success messages, etc.

AJAX on Strattic websites

Strattic offers the highest level of security by generating a static replica of your WordPress site for speed, security, and scalability. Since the Live version of your website is static, there is no longer a database for AJAX to communicate with.

If you need to replace an AJAX-dependent part of your website, please browse our Tools Directory, which has plenty of alternatives and third-party solutions that will work on Strattic.

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