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<form method=post action="https://publisher.yahoo.com/portal/login.php" name=verify_form>
<input type=hidden name=username value=your_username>
<input type=hidden name=password value=your_passwd>
You can just save it locally or put it onto a https server
I'm a Mac person, so I used Apple's built-in Textedit.
It only saves as word format or rtf.
So I saved it as rtf, closed Textedit, and then renamed it to htm.
Then I learned something new about Firefox - you can drag and drop an htm file on the desktop to any one of the tabs you have open - I always use three tabs.
Just plop it on a tab, and click the submit button at the end of the jibberish code, and I'm in!
Then I saved it as a bookmark. I don't know if I did it right, but it works.
Regarding my previous question -
Does Google pre-populate the username and password using a cookie?
Should YPN provide the same functionality?
Many thanks for your help.
Whoops. One more probably stupid question. Is it safe? Google can read bookmarks, right? Can they read local files, if bookmarked?
Congratulations Barry ;) Interesting to see google's new animated ads tested on your site. Those arrows pointing to the ad...makes you want to click it. Has it improved ecpm?