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Average Rating:   9.6   httppost v0.9 by myndzi
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Allows you to post data you specify to a website using the POST method.

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dr_EamerAug 6, 2009 9:03PM
Rating:     10Well done! I've been using this in so many addons.. it's priceless!

gambinoMay 6, 2009 12:20PM
can someone provide more information about the use of this script please...

what all can it be used to do?

thank you!

- Gambino

blinkJun 2, 2007 1:22AM
fixed

Text edited by author on Jun 2, 2007 @ 9:28AM


MrGoogleJan 27, 2007 11:39PM
So can this be used to post to a php site so that it fills out a form consisting of an input field (name=email) and a textarea (name=body). So that i can use it to type !email http://www.website.com/email.php user@email.com body of email.

If not is there one already made or someone willing to show me how or make it for me?

thanks

myndziFeb 28, 2007 7:38PM
You would use something like:

httppost email_reply http://www.website.com/email.php?address=user%40address.com&text=%s %text

%text would contain the message, everything else is static. This current version of the script does not support multiple variable parameters, so you only get to specify one as dynamic. This shouldn't be a problem for your application.

zzattackJul 19, 2006 10:43AM
Rating:     9

%% User-Agent: mIRC/ $+ $version

You have high hopes.

whatrevolutionAug 18, 2006 11:02PM
I agree.

%% User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8) Gecko/20051111 Firefox/1.5

I need to know why the above line breaks it, though.

zzattackAug 19, 2006 9:43AM
Doesn't break it for me.

myndziAug 19, 2006 3:37PM
High hopes? Was I not supposed to "tell the truth" or something? It isn't, after all, Firefox requesting the page. Or Internet Explorer.

zzattackAug 19, 2006 4:29PM
Computers don't care about truth do they? I dunno, maybe they do.

myndziAug 19, 2006 5:28PM
Not the point. Why is it arrogant to not lie in the headers?

zzattackAug 20, 2006 6:32AM
I didn't say it's arrogant did I? At least I didn't mean to. Seeing as the user-agent header is of no use here anyway, and that "mIRC/6.2" won't be recognized by any kind of server software that's actually being used, I made a comment about it. Not flame or anything, cos this is good stuff.

KamelAug 20, 2006 9:43PM
what he did was RFC compliant. this is what firefox would do too since they attempt to be one of the most RFC compliant browsers available. lying about your browser version is not RFC compliant, so yes, technically there is something wrong with it.

Text edited by author on Aug 20, 2006 @ 9:46PM


hixxyAug 19, 2006 10:42PM
Sometimes you have to lie a bit, but most times it'll work fine no matter what user-agent you send.

Text edited by author on Aug 19, 2006 @ 10:42PM


whatrevolutionJul 11, 2006 12:44AM
Rating:     9Made of good ideas long over due, and win.

JustariusJul 9, 2006 12:29AM
Rating:     10I tested it while it was still in the queue.

Very nice indeed.

toe_cutterJul 5, 2006 4:38PM
awesome!

(havent tried it therefore no rating.)

blinkJul 5, 2006 6:51AM
Rating:     10best of best



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