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If this happens in your own handler code, the simplest fix is often wrapping the status read in a try-catch, since the error case should often go to "oh well then, forget it" code anyway.
If you use AJAX from some library (and implicitly its error handler), it's a bug in that library that has not yet been fixed, so google around for a fix, and bug its creator. If such a library it lets you write your own callbacks and its documentation didn't warn you about this, bug them about it too.
When caused by the form submission problem, you can usually avoid it fairly easily. One solution is to use only a , , or anything else that looks clickable enough but does not submit the form (like a submit button would), so that the only event is the AJAXing.
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