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Please i am facing another issue .. If I could get help, I am trying to get a direct query of this site www.torn.com's Login form just as a direct google search is www.google.com/search?q=whatever+you+want+to+search .. Thanks.

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The website has a login form probably you should go there now, i want a direct query that i could just input in my browsers address bar that would log me in directly for instance if you check the html source of the webpage the form action= authenticate.php .. so what have been trying is www.torn.com/authenticate.php?player=something&password=something but it does not work!

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That's because the form uses the POST method, not the GET. You can try with curl, but the form may be protected against that.

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i could just input in my browsers address bar that would log me in directly for instance if you check the html source of the webpag

If you take a look at the source which I assume you have, you can clearly see that the method is set to POST. As pritaeas suggests, you cannot send the parameters via a query string (GET).

<form id="frmLogin" name="login" method="post" action="/authenticate.php">

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