It's been a loooong time since I was doing microsoft coding but I still have Visual Studio .net and I would like to build an IE add-on:
What I want is a program running within IE that accesses the DOM of every page that I am browsing (is this called an agent?). It would be nice to have an on/off switch but I'll save that for another question.
Can someone please give me a step by step on how I can get started? Links to relevant tutorials & api's would also be very much appreciated.
Shoutout to Emily Plummer (http://www.experts-exchange.com/members/eplummer26.html) for giving me this article! She did most of it, I just finished it up and posted it for her :)
In a previous article (http://www.experts-exchang…
I found this questions asking how to do this in many different forums, so I will describe here how to implement a solution using PHP and AJAX.
The logical flow for the problem should be:
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