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I figured it out shortly after I posted. I changed <input type="submit" id="btnSubmit" value="Submit form" /> to <input type="button" id="btnSubmit" value="Submit form" /> From what I was able to find, type="submit" posts the form content, which looks like a page refresh.
Yes you can. At least in SharePoint 2013 on-prem First create a new custom form. Go to the list where you want the new form and edit the form in SharePoint Designer. Then create a new form (1), give it a name (2), select which kind of form (3), option to set it als default (4) and click ok (5). Then open the newly created form in advanced mode (right ...
I would make the expired date required so users stop skipping it. If that's not an option, I would check to see if the expires date is empty and if it is, set it to 30 days from the created date. To check whether a date is empty, I check if it is less than 1/1/1900, since there isn't an option for null. I'd use "Add Time to Date" to set a variable to today ...
Looks like you have created custom forms for this list using SPD. Once these forms are created, re-ordering the list columns doesn't get reflected in these SPD forms. You have to update the forms to change the order or re-create these forms.
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