Discover a way to programmatically interact with the HTML inside a hosted browser control, without changing the hosting application. (The DLLTest source file was updated.)
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See how to painlessly save a whole web page -- including pictures and text -- in to one file.
Dynamically create multiple views at run-time and open Web pages on the views created. The number of views created depends on the list of Web pages saved at the root of the Favorites in your Internet Explorer.
Sometimes you want to print HTML files from your Visual C++ program. This article shows how to do this without printing Internet Explorer's header or footer lines. (The source code was updated and a minor typo was corrected.)
If you need a tool to peek into not only the password edit boxes on different programs, but also the **** password input field on a homepage residing inside an Internet Explorer, here it is --- SuperPasswordSpy++.
How to display a Web page in your own window, using only plain C (no MFC, .NET, WTL, or even C++). Also demonstrates interacting with OLE/COM objects, and creating COM objects in plain C.
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