Creating a custom connection instead of using the original connection area


Lets say there is a php website that has a login boxes (password,username), can you create a login box in different page of your own that when you enter your login information it will let you log to that website? I mean is it possible? and using what language?

If anyone wants a link of the website I would be glad to post it. It is my university website actually.

This may help:

<b>User Name:</b></span></td>
                            <td width="60%"><span class="text10">
                            <script language="JavaScript1.2">
                      document.writeln("<input class=\"textform\" type=\"text\" name=\"user\" size=\"" + size + "\" tabindex=1 onFocus=\"hadFocus(true);\">");

Just copy the university site's login HTML into your page (everything in the <form> element, including the <form> element itself) and change the action so that it's fully qualified (i.e. if the action was /login.php change it to

Then, you can mess around with the HTML and modify it however you like. The important things are that any inputs, selects, and textareas have the same name as they do on the university login form, and that the action is a full URL.