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grab html source?

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I'm looking for a way to grab the HTML source from a URL without actually displaying the page.

any ideas?

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...or simply use _INetGetSource.

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...or simply use _INetGetSource.

well _INetGetSource would work good if it was able to use cookies. Is there any way to get the source of a page using cookies without having to load the html. Like stopping the browser from actually displaying it.

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well _INetGetSource would work good if it was able to use cookies. Is there any way to get the source of a page using cookies without having to load the html. Like stopping the browser from actually displaying it.

?????

Your not loading the HTML. Your using a command to read it from the webserver. (Dale, correct me if I'm wrong on this)

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?????

Your not loading the HTML. Your using a command to read it from the webserver. (Dale, correct me if I'm wrong on this)

well when you put your window as hidden it still loads and displays the html

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_INetGetSource doesn't. It just reads the source from the webserver.

yea but the pages that im trying to access are restricted because you need to be logged in to see them. So i need it to be able to use the normal IE cookies.

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ummm, I'm not comfortable where this is going. It sounds like you are attempting to break into something, or gain access to stuff you are not supposed to. :)

no, its just a page that needs to be logged in to view. like my forum. I already am logged in via IE so if it was possible just to access a page through IE without actually loading it then it would be my solution.

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I've tried _INetGetSource on this forum once on pages which required you to be logged in,

and it worked without any problems. So, the question is...did you actually try it ?

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?????

Your not loading the HTML. Your using a command to read it from the webserver. (Dale, correct me if I'm wrong on this)

I'm not Dale, but _INetGetSource is going to bring the info from the webserver into memory.

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I've tried _INetGetSource on this forum once on pages which required you to be logged in,

and it worked without any problems. So, the question is...did you actually try it ?

Try it on this page without logging in...

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showforum=6


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I've tried _INetGetSource on this forum once on pages which required you to be logged in,

and it worked without any problems. So, the question is...did you actually try it ?

doesnt work for me

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Try it on this page without logging in...

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showforum=6

I know that the Chat-forum requires you to be logged in, but I used _INetGetSource on this forum when I was

already logged in via IE (months ago), which seems to be what blizzedout wants. So, my point is..it worked.

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I know that the Chat-forum requires you to be logged in, but I used _INetGetSource on this forum when I was

already logged in via IE (months ago), which seems to be what blizzedout wants. So, my point is..it worked.

hmm wait lol it work on this forum 1 sec.

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I know that the Chat-forum requires you to be logged in, but I used _INetGetSource on this forum when I was

already logged in via IE (months ago), which seems to be what blizzedout wants. So, my point is..it worked.

I see what you were saying now - sorry a bit dense today. Yes, it will make use of any cookies that you have not cleaned/cleared out.

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