In article <3591db4c50.jim(a)nails.ukonline.co.uk>,
Jim Nagel <netsurf(a)abbeypress.co.uk> wrote:
is there any way of automatically providing my username and password
when i go to a certain website i need to use frequently?
i have got as far as saving a URL file so that at least i don't
to type that part every time. perhaps there's a standard way (which i
should know but don't) of including the username and password in the
You need to look at the HTML source of the log-in page and see what the
names of the variables used are.
Then you can often add something like:
to the URL.
There is sometimes a hidden variable required as well, so add that with
But, obviously, I've just made these variable names up. You need to dissect
the form on the page.
I do this a lot!
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