In this tutorial, you will find useful information about the usage of jQuery selectors on custom data attributes. See examples and solve your problem.
The csrf_token error you are encountering occurs when you are making a POST request to your Laravel application and you have not included a valid CSRF token in the request.
To return JSON from a PHP script to a jQuery AJAX call, you can use the json_encode() function in PHP to convert an array or object into a JSON string.
To send multiple data parameters with jQuery's $.ajax() function in PHP, you can use the data option and set it to an object with the data you want to send.
A simple DatePicker-like calendar can be created using the PHP DateTime class and some basic HTML and CSS.
To open a form submission in a new tab, you can use the target attribute of the form element and set it to _blank.
Here is an example of how to submit an HTML table data via a form (using the POST method) using PHP: