Environment: Browser. (In Node.js we can import navigate() but not call it.)

We can use navigate('/some-url') to programmatically navigate our user to another page (i.e. when navigation isn't triggered by the user clicking on an anchor tag <a>). For example, we can redirect our user after a successful form submission.

import { navigate } from "vite-plugin-ssr/client/router";

// Some deeply nested view component
function Form() {
   return (
     <form onSubmit={onSubmit}>
       {/* ... */}

async function onSubmit() {
  /* ...  */

  const navigationPromise = navigate('/form/success');

  console.log("The URL changed but the new page hasn't rendered yet.");
  await navigationPromise
  console.log("The new page has finished rendering.");

If you want to redirect your user at page-load time, see the Page Redirection guide instead.


  • navigate('/some-url', { keepScrollPosition: true }): Do not scroll to the top of the page; keep scroll position where it is instead. (Useful for Nested Routes.) (We can also use <a href="/some-url" keep-scroll-position />.)

Vue example:

React example:

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