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.Net HttpRequest Post Class - $30

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Kuranyi, May 7, 2011.

  1. Kuranyi

    Kuranyi Junior Member

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    Hello! I need someone who can code a HttpRequest class for Posting. Of course not a simple one: I need a class which can handle complicate formulars, where you have to handle redirects, "set cookies" etc. There are other complicated things, but I dont know what to do, thats the reason why i search for an expert. ;) Example page: Every Wordpress Login form or this pligg register form youcanfollow.us/register/ I know how to handle recaptcha, but I dont know how to handle the request successfull. I only need the httprequest class, i know how to read out the form from the html source code. I pay $30 for a class, which contains the working function HtmlSourceCode=SendPost(any-different-forms-for-example-wordpress-logins,query) Besides I need an other function with which I can open websites, where i need to be logged in. The source code should be written in vb.net(maybe you can use the c# to vb.net converter) If you are interested, please write me a PM and check out my profile to see that you can trust me. Thanks and sorry for my english. :)
     
  2. faouzij2

    faouzij2 Registered Member

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    U mean u want a solution which will allow you to fill in for example username & password for different forms and then submit the form , right ? if its the case then it can be done easily without going through httpwebrequest classes, you just use an integrated webbrowser, then use the document.getelementbyID.setattribute or invoke.
     
  3. urbanka0s

    urbanka0s Newbie

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    you want it to programatically login to these sites? if you can handle implementing some sort of captcha bypass/solving api i dont see why this would be so hard. could be done relatively quickly so long as you know what you want. pm me your skype if your still in need of someone to do this. I have working login classes for hotmail, aol, gmail and y! mail so this shouldn't be hard at all.
     
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