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In a button event how do i redirect it to website when the button get clicks in windows application?
Updated 31-May-23 8:55am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Jun-13 7:51am    
What's the problem? Redirect what? It depends on what you are using. System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser? System.Windows.Controls.WebBrowser? Something else? It is of course possible (if I understand your question), but what's the problem?


Put that in the button click event. That will open your default web browser to the website, thats the only kind of "redirect" I know of from a windows forms application.
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string strUrl = "";
Process proc = new Process();
ProcessStartInfo startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo(strUrl);
proc.StartInfo = startInfo;
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That code returns with errors try System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(“”);
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Richard Deeming 1-Jun-23 6:14am    
Aside from the fact that you're 10 years too late, you're just repeating what the accepted solution already said.

The comment to that solution, posted almost six years ago, already mentioned using the fully-qualified name, for those who can't work out how to add a using System.Diagnostics; clause to their code (or let Visual Studio add it for them).

Stick to answering new questions unless you have something new and interesting to add to the discussion.

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