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    Finding Forms

    Is there a way to generate a list of the location of all forms on a website?

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    location of all forms
    Please elaborate more.
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    This does seem deeply suspicious to me...why would you need this?

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    We have a rather large website, with numerous forms. Most of these forms need to be updated with captcha code. I was just wondering if there was an automatic way to find the location of these forms, instead of manually finding the page location of every single form.

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    Problem solved, I used "form site:http://www.mysite.com" in google and got an excellent list of results.

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    Or if you have the source code, so a search through it for the form tag?
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    True, but I am dealing with 50+ pages with forms on them, and am just looking for urls.

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    In some text editors you can search through the source code of an entire directory at once. I know Dreamweaver does it.
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