troubleshooting Question

Bounds of a control

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Hi

I have a webbrowser control and when a user clicks on an item on the page in the webbrowser control it will display some info about the element that is clicked. The document.click is handled in this code.

        void doc_Click(object sender, HtmlElementEventArgs e)
        {
            if (webBrowser.Document != null)
            {
                pt = System.Windows.Forms.Cursor.Position;
                pt = PointToClient(pt);
                pt.Offset((-webBrowser.Left - splitContainer2.Panel1.Width), (-webBrowser.Top - statusStrip1.Height - menuStrip1.Height - toolStrip1.Height));
                Rectangle rc = new Rectangle(webBrowser.Location, webBrowser.Size);
                if (rc.Contains(pt))
                {
                    element = (HtmlElement)document.GetElementFromPoint(pt);
                    getElementInfo(element);
                }
            }
        }

        //Gets the current elements info
        void getElementInfo(HtmlElement element)
        {
            try
            {
                textBoxLink.Text = (String)element.GetAttribute("href");
                textBoxWidth.Text = (String)element.GetAttribute("width");
                textBoxHeight.Text = (String)element.GetAttribute("height");
                comboBoxTarget.SelectedItem = (String)element.GetAttribute("target");
            }
            catch (Exception)
            {
                toolStripStatusLabel.Text = "An error occured";
            }
        }

The problem that I have is that if I click on an image then it doesn't always display the details. I.e. if I click on the bottom right of the image it wont display the details but it will if I click on the top left. How can I make it so that I can click anywhere on the image and display it's details? Image is just an example btw
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