How Do I Modify The URL Without Reloading The Page?

You can use the history.pushState() method to modify the URL without refreshing the page. Here’s an example:

history.pushState({}, null, '/new-url');

This will change the URL to /new-url without triggering a page reload.

You can also update the URL based on user actions or events, like clicking a button. Here’s an example of changing the URL when a button is clicked:

<button>Change URL</button>

<script>
  const changeUrlButton = document.getElementById('change-url-btn');

  changeUrlButton.addEventListener('click', () => {
    history.pushState({}, null, '/new-url');
  });
</script>

When the button is clicked, the URL will be updated to /new-url.

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