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Browser within a browser

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CJD
Hello,

I am new to .NET and am wondering if there is a way to put a Web
Browser Control into a .NET Web Application. So basically I would end
up with a browser in a browser. Is this possible and if so could you
give me some clues to get started?

I want my users to be able to browse external sites from within my
site, but I don't want to deal with cross-domain scripting/frame
issues.

Thanks in advance!

Jul 21 '05 #1
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try using IFRAMES..

"CJD" wrote:
Hello,

I am new to .NET and am wondering if there is a way to put a Web
Browser Control into a .NET Web Application. So basically I would end
up with a browser in a browser. Is this possible and if so could you
give me some clues to get started?

I want my users to be able to browse external sites from within my
site, but I don't want to deal with cross-domain scripting/frame
issues.

Thanks in advance!

Jul 21 '05 #2

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CJD
I had wanted to be able to read the URL of the site being browsed in
the IFRAME. (i.e., make a navigational history in pane 1 of the sites
being browsed in pane 2). However from what I understand, cross-domain
security issues will probably still prevent me from doing this. Is
there any way, short of a plug-in or BHO to accomplish this? Maybe
something on the server-side?

Jul 21 '05 #3

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