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  1. In Topic: question on web page login

    Posted 26 Sep 2012

    I am sure this will help me, but I first have to become better with my C# than I already am. (<1yr XP with C#). I do thank you very much for your time and I know I will spend many hours going though the site.

    Thank You Both :^:
  2. In Topic: question on web page login

    Posted 26 Sep 2012

    View PostCurtis Rutland, on 26 September 2012 - 10:05 AM, said:

    Yeah, but I think this isn't for an external web browser. It's for the WebBrowser control in a C# program. There's no reason he can't do this all in C# code, since you have access to the DOM of the browser's document.


    You are correct, it is for the WebBrowser control in a C# program. DOM?
  3. In Topic: question on web page login

    Posted 26 Sep 2012

    A long story to the short one. In C# I made a windows form and dropped in a WebBrowser. In "webBrowser1.Url" I have the URL for a web page that our customer gets access to there account history. I starts at a sign on page then goes to account history. I want to customize each one for each new customer, some of them are not the best with computers. I don't have any relationship with the "website". I do see the elements for the login, i.e. value name="cust_login" and value name="passwd_login"

    I hope this makes sense now.

    Newbie = Confusion
  4. In Topic: question on web page login

    Posted 26 Sep 2012

    View Postrgfirefly24, on 26 September 2012 - 07:26 AM, said:

    if you want to pass variables to a webpage you use what is called a Query String. The basic syntax is like so:

    somesite.com/thispage.asp?variable1=foo&variable2=man&variable3=chu

    Then in the thispage.asp code you would call Request.QueryString["variable1"] to get the value foo and so on.



    I am not coding the page, I am coding a browser to go to an existing page.

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