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PHP Curl, To Fill in a input field and click a button.

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Can anybody tell me if the following is possible:

Can I use PHP curl to target a input field, fill in some text then execute a button click or JavaScript function within the loaded page?

If so... How?

This is not a regular form with POST methods....

Form that I'm trying to process remotely
<div class="IngeniMailSubscribeContainer" id="IngeniMailSubscribeContainer_430321" align="center">
   <div style="margin-bottom: 8px;">
	 <span class="subhead">Your email:</span>
	 <input class="IngeniMailSubscribeEmailInput" type="text" size="20" id="IngeniMailSubscribeEmailInput_430321" value="" /> 
   </div>
   <input class="IngeniMailSubscribeButton" type="button" value="Subscribe" onclick="MailSubValidateSubmit_430321();" />
   <div id="MailSubscribeError_430321" align="left" class="normalred"></div>

</div>

<script type="text/javascript">
function MailSubValidateSubmit_430321()
{
    
	document.getElementById('MailSubscribeError_430321').innerHTML = '';
	var inputId = 'IngeniMailSubscribeEmailInput_430321';

	var Input = document.getElementById(inputId);
	var val = '' + Input.value;
	var rx = /\w+([-+.]\w+)*@\w+([-.]\w+)*\.\w+([-.]\w+)*/ig;
	var matches = rx.exec(val);

	if (matches != null && val == matches[0]) {
		MailSubscribe.MailSubscribeClick(430321,240570);
	}
	else {
		document.getElementById('MailSubscribeError_430321').innerHTML = 'Invalid email';
	}
}

function MailSubUnsubscribe(email)
{
	var Container = document.getElementById('IngeniMailSubscribeContainer_430321');
	Container.innerHTML = "<input id='IngeniMailSubscribeEmailInput_430321' type='hidden' value='" + email + "'/>";
	MailSubscribe.MailSubscribeClick(430321,240570);
}
</script>

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Question by:Cybervanes
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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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Curl does post and get. It doesn't do JavaScript clicks.
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answer would work but dint hit on the specifics of the question
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