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Refresh event of Internet Explorer


I am writing the program which will capture the incoming HTML in web
browser and do some modifications in it and then display in IE. It works
fine when user gives new URL. But if user clicks "Refresh" button, I am
not getting any event. So my program doesn't work properly for Refresh.
Can anyone tell me how to achieve this functionality. I am writing the
program using C#.

Thanks in advance.


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Dec 30 '05 #1
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The Page_Load is suppoesd to be the event of the refresh part. I aint
no expert though. Hope this helps.

Dec 30 '05 #2


Actually I don't have to modify on my own HTML. Functionality will be
something like this. Suppose user opens the IE from desktop and types
some URL in address bar, say www.msn.com. Then the program which is
running on client machine should detect all the links n it and remove it
before the HTML gets displayed in the browser.
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