If I use the internet transfer control to download a webpage, then use the open, write and close methods to insert the html into a webbrowser control, is there a way to also insert the cookies so that when links are clicked on in the webbrowser control the cookies will carry through?
I'm trying to find a way to use the webbrowser control to turn off images for a particular instance of the webbrowser control only and only for certain pages. I thought this might be a way that I could accomplish it.
Here's another thread that uses a different route to solve the problem. This method would be using the internet transfer control if it's possible.
The link below is the other, what I believe to be more difficult method.
Please note that changing the registry item for not downloading images isn't possible since my program will be running while browsers are running and we can't have all browsers not downloading images. Only the webbrowser instance for the webbrowser control.