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  1. #1
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    I have a shortcut on my desktop to a login page for a website I use quite often. Every time I go there I have to reenter my user name and password.

    The desktop URL shortcut I have is
    HTML Code:
    [CODE]http://domain.com/service/Login.aspx[/CODE]
    I’ve tried adding the following changes
    HTML Code:
    [CODE]http://domain.com/service/Login.aspx?username=ckimball&password=joshua1[/CODE]
    But this doesn’t auto populate the fields on the website when it loads. Is there something special I need to do so the webpage will fill in the fields on the form?

    Also bonus if I could just auto submit to login so I don’t need the page to load and have me click “login” but I don’t think that’s possible… or is it?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  3. #2
    Senior Member Dorky's Avatar
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    Destin Florida
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    lol. why are you using a backend fix for a front end issue. either they are using type='text' in the input field or javascript. is the password dotted or can you read it? if it's dotted then javascript is to blame. now if you want to send $_GET values in the url, you will need to find the name= value for each field then add the button value as this is the most common way of checking for the form submission. further i find it unlikely any of this will work because $_POST is the most common form of log in submission. again there are ways around that too but all of this is way more complicated then just.........signing in.

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