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Does Delphi have any webbrowser components?

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I want to display a HTML page, thats on the www in part of a delphi form. Is there any components for this, and if - in what toolbox?
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There's quite a popular one from www.bsalsa.com - free and opensource
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yes. tehre is TWebBrowser on the Internet page.
but I usggest installing and using TEmbeddedWB from bsalsa.com since it is a much more improved verison of the TWebBrowser.
Both are based on the IE activex control.
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PS> What vers of delphi do you have? I think TEMbeddedWB from bsalsa.com is from D5 to D2005/6
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it's not present in D7 and below :)
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but Sunsales, don't get me wrong, tembeddedwb supports D7 and below (at least down to D5 that I tried)
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i have 20007
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by:Geert Gruwez
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wow Sunsales, you are millenia ahead of your time
do they still use WebBrowsers in that age ;-)
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well it should still work with 2007 I believe
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wel, even if you don't have it and you don't want to use tembededwb, you can import the activex conrol just like any other activex control
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