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Tip of the Day
Language: Web
Expertise: All
Mar 30, 1999

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Embed a User ID and Password in a URL

Frequently, a Web page or an FTP site has protected areas open only to those with a valid login. As you browse to the page, a form appears querying the user id and password. While this feature is nice for a human user to log on interactively, it could be problematic if you want to automate this Web page or FTP site programmatically or create a shortcut without the interactive login. To solve this problem, you can embed the user id and password into the URL. For example:
 
http://userid:password@www.anywhere.com/
ftp://userid:password@ftp.anywhere.com/
William Wen
 
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