In short, no, not particularly.
I would like it to be the same exact page as the form’s, if possible, because the user can dismiss the modal, and JS makes the address bar return to
#success from the end).
So, in this case that users remain on the same page after submission, it seems kind of inefficient to have two copies of the same file at two different locations. Couldn’t this cause some problems, e.g. with Netlify Forms seeing my site having two forms, now, instead of one? Can Netlify “see” that they are identical and only store one copy of the page to serve as necessary?
Perhaps I can just have the success page be a full-page iFrame w/ a modal, if necessary?
Right now, the best solution to me seems to be using the same page with anchors, I guess.
Thank you for your help!