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ID: 24842, IESniffer

by Aleksey Kuznetsov Email: Anonymous


The IESniffer component monitors all running instances of Internet Explorer (or just some certain browser window(s)), sniffs the URL address from address line and gives an access to all their properties, methods and events (without implementing/installing ANY Browser Helper Objects).
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For Delphi, Version 3.0  to 11.1 51 downloads
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Size: 757,341 bytes
Updated on Thu, 16 Aug 2007 07:44:53 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 16 Aug 2007 07:44:55 GMT
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Description
The IESniffer component monitors all running instances of Internet Explorer (or just some certain browser window(s)), sniffs the URL address from address line and gives an access to all their properties, methods and events (without implementing/installing ANY Browser Helper Objects). The component can work either in stand-alone Delphi/BCB application or can be put to Explorer Toolbar.
The IESniffer allows:
* list the URLs which currently are available in the address
lines of each browser window, and to be notified when the
address changes;
* detect when new Internet Explorer window appears and when
user close the window;
* hook each event of the Internet Explorer, modify its
properties and call their methods, just like you are using
usual TWebBrowser component;
* retrieve and modify the content of each page (its text, tags,
links, images etc), for example you may highlight some text,
remove or change the text, tags etc;
* automatically fill the Web forms;
* redirect navigation to different URL when some keywords are
detected in the address line;
* automatically redirect searches from default MSN to another
specified search engine (it works when user enters search
terms right in address line without specifying correct address);
* prevent popup windows to be opened (documentation deminstrates
an example how to eliminate ALL popup windows), and so on...

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