Unverified Commit 655b3965 authored by Mike's avatar Mike Committed by GitHub

Update README.pre_form

parent a70109ea
pre_form: Feature to configure form parameters when opening specific site.
pre_form: Feature to pre-fill form parameters when opening a specific site.
It would be convinient for sites where you often visit, but it may introduce
some security issues. Be careful to use this feature, especially `submit'
It is convenient for sites that you visit often, but it may introduce
some security issues. Be careful when using this feature, especially `submit'
params described below.
Default configuration file for pre_form is ~/.w3m/pre_form.
Syntax as follows:
The syntax of entries in the configuration file is as follows:
url <url>|/<re-url>/
form [<name>] <action>
......@@ -23,21 +23,21 @@ textarea <name>
:
/textarea
If <action> is set, form which has matched <action> attributes
If <action> is set, a form which has matched <action> attributes
will be configured by this pre_form.
The line begining with text, file, passwd, select, textarea means that
A line beginning with text, file, passwd, select, textarea means that
it will set value to <value> in input, select or textarea element which
name attribute matches with <name>.
The line beginning with checkbox, radio means that it will check
A line beginning with checkbox, radio means that it will check
input element which name and value attribute matches with <name> and <value>
respectively. If <checked> is 0, no, or off, disable check of the checkbox.
respectively. If <checked> is 0, no, or off, the checkbox will be unchecked.
The line beginning with submit or image means that it will submit input
element which name attribute matches with <name> (and value attribute
matches with <value>), or submit last <input type=submit> element if no
<name> specified.
A line beginning with submit or image means that it will submit input
element whose name attribute matches with <name> (and value attribute
matches with <value>), or submit on the last <input type=submit> element if no
<name> was specified.
You quote \, ' (single-quote) or " (double quote) as you do in shell.
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