First, I want to thank you for your reply.
Sorry, perhaps I didn't explain correctly. I would like to get a program,
object, routine, ... (not a browser) that loads the contents of a given Web
page (i.e. in text mode) in my computer (memory, hard disk, ...) and then I can
Jens Lippmann escribió:
> If you're with the dark force (i.e. MS) then there is a straightforward way
> to use MSHTML.dll. This is the parser used by IE5 and it is exposed through
> a COM interface. The object model is published at msdn.microsoft.com. I'm
> not sure what you mean by treating its contents though. IE5.5 also allows
> you to edit webpages directly in the browser.
> Hope that helps.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rafael Guirado Clavijo [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2000 05:44
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Application for reading a Web page contents
> I'm Rafael Guirado from University of Almeria (Spain) and I need an
> application to read a Web page to treat its contents.
> Please, could anybody tell me where I can find information in this sense?