Prepopulate a form from parameters in URL based on form-field ids
Most of the order tracking websites and websites with search boxes are used frequently with the same values as the default values. But not every website supports pre-populating them with values from URLs. This tiny chrome Extension just does that. You can use either the id or the name attribute of the form-field in the url to pre-populate the values. An example url https://in.yahoo.com/?p=is%20yahoo%20news%20any%20good will populate the form element with either the ID or the name attribute equal to "p" with the value "is yahoo news any good"
- (2019-10-31) Aurel Greiner: Great extension for Websites without the possibility for URL Parameters.
- (2019-10-31, v:0.0.1) Aurel Greiner: Fill form without id/name
Hi Very nice extension. Would it be possible to also fill inputs which doesn't have a name or id attribute? I need to fill an input on a website which looks like <input type="text" class="serial-number-imei-meid-field" max="15" spellcheck="false" placeholder="Serial Number/IMEI/MEID" value=""> and it's the only input on the page. Kind regards Aurel