How do you do....it? Thread, pass user info to website in Technical; thanks for that,
yep that works, i think the 'value=' in line 2, had the'=' missing, once i sorted that ...
1st February 2010, 12:46 PM #16
thanks for that,
yep that works, i think the 'value=' in line 2, had the'=' missing, once i sorted that out it worked fine ( after entering account username of course)
29th March 2012, 11:01 AM #17
can anyone help me now we are moving to live @edu, or outlook-live, i am trying the following as a html file :-
<form action="https://outlook.com/owa" method="get" name="maillogin">
Please enter the password for username at outlook live
<input name="username" type="hidden" value="firstname.lastname@example.org"/>
<input name="password" type="password" /><input name="Login" type="submit" value="Login" />
it doesn't pass the password field to outlook live properly, does anyone know if this can be done, or how can i make the above just pass the username fields, and wait for the user to input their password.
i intend to make a html file for each user that needs this feature ( with their username already in there), like i did with my previous mail server logon.
13th September 2012, 02:09 PM #18
i have used the above to pass the username only with a bit of editing to outlook.com, but it no longer works, so i have changed the website to login.live as in :-
<form action="https://login.live.com/" method="get"/>
Please press GO to auto fill a.user Outlook Live logon
<input name="username" type="hidden" value="email@example.com"/>
<input name="password" type="hidden" value=""/>
<input name="Login" type="submit" value=" GO "/>
if you copy and paste into notepad, and save as a html page, you can see it will pass the username correctly, but as soon as you have entered the password it falls down?
can anyone help with this?
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