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AlmarM

Hi,

Can I set the value of an input without a form name?

The input has a name...

<FORM METHOD="get"
    ACTION="/cgi-bin/checkmail.pl">
     <p align="center"><br>
     <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="username" SIZE=20 VALUE="">
     <span class="style1"><font color="#FFFFFF">@tempinbox.com
     </font></span>&nbsp;
     <INPUT TYPE="submit" NAME="button" VALUE="Check Mail">
     </p>
     <p align="center">
     <INPUT TYPE=CHECKBOX NAME="terms"><b><font color="#FFFFFF">I have read the
     </font> <a href="terms.html"><font color="#FFFFFF">terms of service.</font></a><font color="#FFFFFF">
     </font></b>
</FORM>

AlmarM


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Valuater

I strongly suggest you take a look at IE Bulder. Click the "Great Programs" in my signature.

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Juvigy

$oIE - object of IE

$oDoc = _IEDocGetObj($oIE)

$oArray = $oDoc.getElementsByTagName("input")

for $element in $oArray

if $element.Name=="Username" then $element.Value= "Whatever"

next

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