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Posted on 29-10-06 22:38
How would i go about overflowing a textbox? like...

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   <form method="post"><br>
   <input type="text" name="password" maxlength="15"><br><br>
        <input type="submit" value="Submit"><br>
   </form>




how would i input more than 15 chars? thanks a lot! :D


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Posted on 29-10-06 22:46
why not make your own html script and just put the action as the page you want to post to?

simple stuff dude.


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Posted on 29-10-06 22:56
i would do that its just that...the form dosnt have an action!


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Posted on 29-10-06 22:58
yes i know it doesnt. thats because it posts to itsself.

im saying. make your own version of this form.

its simple stuff dude serioulsy.:right: think real 1 on HTS.


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Posted on 29-10-06 23:06
ok...i misunderstood. theres no need to talk down to me...


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Posted on 03-11-06 13:18
I did this for a Bebo page (since I like to post long comments) and while it works ok, clicking the Submit button brings me to the Bebo comment page with the text I entered as the text in the textarea so I have to click Submit again on the actual site to get it to send, not so much a problem as an inconvenience but is there a way around this.
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Posted on 03-11-06 13:42
Oh yeah, just did that now, the last time I made an attempt I was on Firefox 1.5 and I don't think that had a DOM thing, and JS injection didn't work so I made the HTML file