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Access the submit button remotly

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Hey I have hosting with brinkster.com and a website set up,  I have 50 email addresses and I want to make them able to log in on my website rather than navigate to brinkster.com.  So i am trying to fill in the form on the brinkster email log in page using post.  

https://newwebmail.brinkster.com/h/login   this is the login page.

I can fill in the username and password parts easy enough:

<input name="username" value="Username" type="text"><br>
  <input name="password" value="Password" type="text"><br>
  <input name="Submit" value="Submit" type="submit"><br>


However I can not get the Submit button to press to skip this page and take the person on into their inbox.  Im pretty new to Web development so maybe its something easy!
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Hi,

Try the form I have attahced below.

mms_master
<form method='post' name="loginForm" action="https://newwebmail.brinkster.com/h/login">
<input type="hidden" name="loginOp" value="login"/>
Username: <input class='zLoginField' name='username' type='text' value='' /><br />
Password: <input class='zLoginField' name='password' type='password' value=""/><br />
Remember me: <input value="1" type=checkbox name='zrememberme' /><br />
<input type=submit class='zLoginButton' value="Log In"/>
</form>

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by:nplib
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if you want the submit button to be "Pressed" automatically when the page loads

<head>
<script language="javascript">
    window.onload = function() {
         document.getElementById('myform').submit();
    }
</script>
</head>
<body>
<form name="myform" id="myform" method="post" action="somepage.php">
<input name="username" value="Username" type="text"><br>
  <input name="password" value="Password" type="text"><br>
  <input name="Submit" value="Submit" type="submit"><br>
</form>
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by:TDC_LuCiFeR
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Excellent, cheers mate :D
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