To do this, you must be very familiar with eBay.
I need an html form and a cgi app that does this:
1. HTML form asks for eBay username and password
2. Form also contains textbox where I can enter some text.
3. I submit the form, and it calls a script that adds the
words (the ones in the textbox) to the *END* of all my eBay auctions that don't already have this text.
There are several auction counters that allow you to "auto add"
their counter to your eBay auction (like [url removed, login to view]), and this is exactly the same principle. Instead of adding a counter, you're adding some predefined text.
I have quite a few auctions I need to add some forgotten text to, and I'd reather try to solve the problem with software than by brute force!
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2.) Non-Disclosure and Non-Compete Agreement. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
HTML + perl?