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Extended .NET 2.0 WebBrowser Control

, 29 Mar 2006
Extending the .NET 2.0 WebBrowser control.
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<HEAD>
<SCRIPT language="Jscript">
  // This function will create an error, because "someObject" does not exits
  function MakeError()
  {
    someObject.DoSomething();
  }
  
  // The first pop-up will succeed, the second will not
  function Popup()
  {
    var winRef = window.open("about:blank");
    // Check whether the window was blocked
    if (winRef != null)
    {
      winRef.document.write("Hello world! - This is a pop-up blocker test.");
      winRef.document.close();
    }
    else
    {
      alert('The pop-up Was Blocked');
    }
  }
  
  function fn_Load()
  {
    // First try the pop-up blocker
    Popup();
    // Next try something that causes an error
    CreateAErrorWhenLoadingThisDocument();
  }
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<style>
  BODY {font-family: verdana; font-size: 12;}
  H1 {color: red; font-size: 16;}
  H2 {color: blue; font-size: 14;}
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<Body onload="fn_Load();">
  <H1>These are a few simple tests to test the functionality of the browser</h1>
  <p>If you allready see a pop-up, this can be because of the fact that you
  have the pop-up blocker disabled, or are running on Windows 2000 or lower.</p>
  <h2>Script error testing</h2>
  <ul>
    <li>When you load this document, you should also encounter a script error. This is on purpose.</li>
    <li>Hit F5 to see if the script errors are still caught after a refresh</li>
    <li>Click "Create an error" to test script error functionality</li>
  </ul>
  <!-- The error button -->
  <Input type=button onclick="MakeError()" value="Create an error">
  <h2>Closing windows</h2>
  <!-- Try to close the window -->
  <p>With this button you can try to close the current window.</p>
  <Input type=button onclick="window.close()" value="Close window">
  <h2>Pop-up blocker</h2>
  <!-- Try to create a pop-up without the user's concent -->
  <ul>
    <li>A pop-up can be displayed when the document is loaded. If not, an alert window will notify you. This is the kind of pop-ups you want to avoid.</li>
    <li>A pop-up window can be because of an user action. This can be done using the button below.</li>
    <li>When you click on the button, and you get the message that the pop-up is blocked, see if you have the filter level set to high. When this is the case, use the Ctrl Key to override the pop-up blocker</li>
  </ul>
  <Input type=button onclick="Popup()" value="Try a pop-up" />
</Body>
</HTML>

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Jeroen Landheer
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- born in The Netherlands
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- a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer on all 3 areas (Windows, Web and Enterprise)
- an MCITP on Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (Database Administrator)
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- a coder in C#, VB.Net and Managed C++.
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