This may be a little off-topic, but I'm not sure where to start. I'm
working on an ethernet-enabled embedded project that allows
configuration via a few pushbuttons and a graphic LCD. The
configuration includes username, password, IP addresses, paths, things
like that. It's a little tedious to change these parameters on the
device itself, but config changes are not required very often.
Then I started thinking, wouldn't it be nice to point a web browser to
it, get all the config parameters on one page where I could modify what
I wanted, then press a button on the webpage that commits the changes?
I'm proficient enough at TCP/IP and C programming, but know nothing
about HTML, and don't care too much to learn all there is to know about
HTML at this point. My guess is what I want to do is fairly easy. When
I press this button, I want it to send all the text strings on the
webpage back to the embedded system, where they could be parsed and
taken care of. Does anyone know of an example I could use to get