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I have a windows form application. In which I am showing all the opened windows and by double clicking on one item, I am bringing the selected window in front.I have done this.

Now what I want to do is that if I double click on google chrome or mozilla or ie window and hover on that opened window..It will highlight the elements of that webpage when I hover with mouse.
Is there any way to do this?? any tutorial, any suggestion is welcome.
PS::
I got something similar of web element highlighting in this link(Highlighting the Elements in Web Browser Control).. But it uses webbrowser.. So it's not of much help.
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Updated 7-Mar-15 18:14pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 7-Mar-15 17:06pm    
"Highlight the elements of that Web page"? Why and what would it mean, how should it look?
—SA
JaideepChandra 8-Mar-15 0:15am    
I updated my question.
I want to hover on that webpage using mouse. while hovering, it will highlight that web element of that page.

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"Highlight the elements of that Web page" makes no sense, as it would mean "highlight" each and every element on the page. In what sense and why? There is no such a special notion as "highlight". You can just change the style of any element on one or another event. It would really make sense, in contrast to the idea to "highlight a page".

If this event is hovering the mouse, you don't need anything at all, except CSS: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/sel_hover.asp[^].

It's good to understand selectors and those pseudo-classes:
http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/selector.html#pseudo-elements[^],
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Pseudo-classes[^].

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JaideepChandra 8-Mar-15 0:16am    
I updated my question.
I want to hover on that webpage using mouse. while hovering, it will highlight that web element of that page.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 8-Mar-15 0:40am    
Didn't I answer?
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