” This operator allows evaluating expressions that produce a value into places where an expression that evaluates to undefined is desired.
The void operator is often used merely to obtain the undefined primitive value, usually using “void(0)” (which is equivalent to “void 0”). In these cases, the global variable undefined can be used instead (assuming it has not been assigned to a non-default value).”
In other words, when you click on a click – it does nothing. It’s just a URL placeholder for an action on a web page.
Fix 2: Bypass cache and refresh the webpage
You need to simply refresh the webpage by bypassing the cached content. To do that, here are the keyboard shortcuts:
- For Windows-powered systems: Ctrl + F5
- For Mac-powered systems: Command + Shift + R
Fix 3: Clear cookies associated with the website
When you log in to a site (or simply visit a webpage), the cookies (or the text files) usually retain your session’s information. The status that you’re logged in, your likes, your preferences, and similar stuff that personalizes your experience on their website. And, it resides on your computer (browser’s folder).
So, you need to clear the cookies associated with that particular website (on which you are getting the error). We will show you how to do that (on Chrome):
- Go to the Chrome’s settings.
- Scroll down to the bottom to find the “Advanced” section and click on it to reveal more options.
- Now, you will find numerous options under “Privacy and security“. Go to “Content settings“.
- Here, click on “Cookies“.
- Finally, click on “Select all cookies and site data“.
- Now, you need to search for the cookie by entering the site URL in the search bar and delete whatever gets listed for it.
If you’re using Firefox, you can refer the screenshot below to find the option to manage cookies:
Fix 4: Disable all the extensions
No matter what browser you are utilizing, there can be extensions that could be causing the error.
For Google Chrome, you just need to navigate your way through Customize & control Chrome (menu) -> More Tools -> Extensions. (as shown in the image below)
After following the options in the image above, you will need to disable the extensions:
On Firefox, you just need to head to the browser’s menu and then click on “Add-ons“.
In either case, let us know in the comments below if the above solutions did not work for you.