Friday, May 06, 2005

Walkthrough: Accessing the DHTML DOM from C#

Summary: This walkthrough demonstrates how to use the Microsoft Web browser control and the Microsoft Document Object Model (DOM) to programmatically access the elements of any Web page. (3 pages)

To access the DOM programmatically, you import both the Web browser component and references to the methods, properties, and events of the DOM into your C# project. You direct the Web browser to a URL by calling its Navigate method, and you must then wait for the documentation complete event. You obtain the document by casting the Web browser Document property to an IHTMLDocument2 interface object. You can query this object for its collections, such as its link or image collections, which are returned as IHTMLElementCollection objects.
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