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Webbrowser in visual studio: access elements in network tab

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When I load a website in the .net webbrowser I can access all the elements in the HTML source code through webbrowser.document.all
But when I load a site in chrome inspector, there is a 'network' tab which contains more files (.js,.txt. etc.) files than shown in the HTML code.
Is it possible to access the files in the network tab, in .net webbrowser?

Please Help.

Thanks !

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Feb 2 '18 #1
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The webbrowser does not know which other content is received from the internet, which might be a result of you viewing a page.

The only way to know is to parse the contents of this HTML. it seems that chrome inspector has this ability build in.

A start might be too look a webbrowser.document.Links, but links from JavaScript are missing from that starting-point...
Feb 3 '18 #2

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