My state has a web site that can be used for online filing for
unemployment benefits. Every week I have to go to the site and fill in
a form, checking off the same boxes each time. I'd like to automate
I need to load the URL for the login page into the browser, fill in my
username and password, and submit the form. From that page I need to
follow a link to file for benefits. There I need to fill in the form by
checking a few boxes and submit the form. This brings up another form
where I have to confirm the entries. Then finally I can select the
someone to write the whole thing, just provide the basic processes. I
had a similar question a few weeks ago, when I was trying to create a
bookmarklet to open my web banking page and prefill the account number,
but I was never able to solve it (I'm making do with two bookmarks -- a
regular one to open the page, and a bookmarklet to fill in the account#
field once the page is loaded). This makes me think that my plan for
the unemployment page won't work either, but there's no harm in asking.
I want two buttons: one for login and another for logout. Initially login button is enabled and logout button is disabled. When I click on login button, the logout button should get enabled and the login button should get disabled. And after that, when i click on logout, the login button should get enabled and the logout button should get disable.
Here's how far I could go with it,but it doesn't work.
struggling with figuring out how to fill certain types of forms. Here's a SMALL SNIPPET of a form. Parts of it would be VERY convenient if it could be automatically filled when page is loaded. Autofilling text boxes is easy enough. But I need the file box to be auto-filled with "C:/example.txt" when the page loads.
NOTE: typing value="C:/example.txt" does not work .
When a user in somewhere of a site, he/she may want to login to access some user restrict pages. He/she clicks a login link on the menu and sign in on the login page. How to use JQuery to let the user back to the page where he/she clicks the login link?
I have a a html page that is used as a login page.I know it is not secure but this is just for learning purposes, I'm not using it for anything important.My problem is that when I put in the correct login all that happens is the page just clears the text boxes as if you were starting over.I am trying to get it to go to register.html which is located in the same directory as the login page.
Let me give a brief first. When someone logs in my application with correct username and password, I set a session attribute, say "user" with his username.
When he logs out, I invalidate the session and remove the attribute "user". In each of the protected pages, I check for the session attribute "user". If it exists, I proceed, else I rdirect to login page. Btw, I am also using frames when the user logs in.
Everything is working as I want it to. Except one thing! After the user
logs out and then goes back using "back" button of the browser, the page displayed says that he has been logged out and needs to login again. But if he refreshes the page (after going "Back"), the page reloads with correct information, as if he is already logged in.
What do I do to prevent this?
I am fairly new to JSP. So, maybe I am missing out on something....
i like to know the java script that used in logout link of the sitepoint site as i know its a java script which works when the user click on the logout link(onclick function)can u explain how the window colour change when the logout link work,do we need to chage the whole page or is it a one line command,enyone explain,i want to use this kind of a thing in my asp pages.
Where the inputs sum1 and sum2 are text fields you put whatever numbers you want in. That works fine. Great. Now what I'm having trouble with is modifying the code so that it will add one form with an input number with a form that spits out a randomly generated number.
This is what I'm using for my random number generator. So basically I want to be able to put, say, 5, into the input text field above this. And then click on the d20 button to get a random number, say, 15, and then have the first code add the inputted 5 with the randomly generated 15.
I have 2 pages, Page 1 has a simple form with a field called "Number", and Page 2 has a button. Whenever the button on Page 2 is clicked, the browser will be redirected to Page 1 and have the field "Number" filled automatically with a number which is unique to Page 2.