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Getting HTML from particular frame in webbrowser

Posted on 2000-04-11
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I'm able to get the body html from the webbrowser by using this command:

t1.text = WebBrowser1.Document.body.innerhtml

but if the webpage uses frames how do I specify that I want the source from a particular frame?
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Question by:basica
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samopal earned 35 total points
ID: 2703971

GetFrame WebBrowser1.Document

Function GetFrame(objFr as object) as string
dim Fr as object

For each Fr in objFr.Frames
 getframe Fr.Document
next

debug.print objFr.body.InnerHTML
end function

HTH
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by:basica
ID: 2704084
I get runtime error 91: object variable or with block variable not set, on this line....

For Each Fr In objFr.Frames
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by:basica
ID: 2704127
Actually, ignore that last comment, that's because there was no page in the webbrowser.  But now when there is a page in there I get this error:

[438] object doesn't support this property or method, on this line...

For Each Fr In objFr.frames
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by:basica
ID: 2704189
Thanks.. I sorted it out.. I managed to get the html of the frame by doing this:

Text1.Text =
WebBrowser1.Document.
frames(x).Document.body.innerhtml
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by:samopal
ID: 2704281
Try to change code :

If objFr.Frames.length > 0 then
For each Fr in objFr.Frames
 getframe Fr.Document
next
end if

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