Open the browser and navigate to the web page that you want to send the
cURL request to.
Right-click on the page and select Inspect (Chrome) or Developer
In the developer tools window, navigate to the
Reload the web page.
In the network tab, select the HTTP request that you want to get the cURL command for.
Right-click the request and select Copy > Copy as cURL (bash).
Some additional notes:
If you are using a Mac, you can also use the keyboard shortcut
Command+Option+C to open the Developer Tools window.
If you are using Windows, you can also use the keyboard shortcut
Ctrl+Shift+C to open the Developer Tools window.
If you are using a different browser, the steps may be slightly
different, but the general process is the same.
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