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Hey All,

I'm looking for a way to load eBay into an a JAva applet and allow the user to browse it like a web page...any suggestions?

Corey
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If your using Swing then you can use JEditorPane.
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I tried this but it misdisplayes the HTML code from eBay...
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Sounds like eBay is using a later version of HTML than is supported by JEditorPane.
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Sorry I couldn't be more help

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