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Posted on 2002-07-14
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
Hello Experts,

I have the following code in VB application. Now, it scans each currently open IE and get the url out of it but is it possibvle to add some javascript code to the end of each IE.Document's </body> tag

Dim SHIE As New SHDocVw.ShellWindows
Dim IE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer

Private Sub Form_Load()
   Set SHIE = New SHDocVw.ShellWindows
End Sub
Private Sub Command1_Click()
   Dim I As Integer
   For Each IE In SHIE
   i = i + 1
   ListURL.AddItem IE.LocationURL
   Set SHIE = Nothing
   Set IE = Nothing
End Sub

Did you get it..? I would like to have the code to add ceretian HTML to the end of each IE's </body> tag

Thanks in advance
Question by:g_handa
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Author Comment

ID: 7153274
I have tried to find out somethign with IE.Document.Body.InnerHTML

But no luck so far.. :(

Come on man, i know you can do it
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Expert Comment

ID: 7153317
By the time you get to it, has not IE already parsed and executed the HTML?

What you really want to do is intercept outbound requests, fetch the HTML yourself, then feed the modified HTML to the browser.

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Author Comment

ID: 7156992
Well, cookre

I don't know what r u saying. Can you post an example..?
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Author Comment

ID: 7157913
I tried to do

IE.Document.Body.InnerHTML=IE.Document.Body.InnerHTML & text1.text

text1 has the HTML code to do that but it doesn't work.

can you make it happen..?
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Expert Comment

ID: 7158233
Have you tried doing something like this

Dim ff As Integer
Dim sHtml As String
strHtml = IE.Document.documentElement.outerHTML

strHtml = strHtml & text1.text
ff = FreeFile()
Open "C:\temp\temp.html" For Output As #ff
Print #ff, strHtml
Close #ff

IE.Navigate2 "C:\temp\temp.html"

Author Comment

ID: 7158641
Hello hes,

Is there any way to do this without using any external file..?

Author Comment

ID: 7158649
because by using an exerbnal file, the user will come to know that my ocde has altered his webpage. There should be some way to do it by not using any external file.
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Expert Comment

ID: 7166956
Without access to the web server you cannot change the source html. What you are getting with the "IE.Document"
is the IE's interpatation of the source html.

Author Comment

ID: 7168004
I know but I can show you some programs those do the same thing without altering the HTML. I think this is something related to IHTMLObject. I know this is possible without altering the HTML code, but just don't know how to do it.


Author Comment

ID: 7168006
I know but I can show you some programs those do the same thing without altering the HTML. I think this is something related to IHTMLObject. I know this is possible without altering the HTML code, but just don't know how to do it.

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ID: 8012151
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