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Read from running instance of Netscape Page

From: Ramco Ecommerce <sathishv@boatracers.com>
Date: 1 Dec 1999 07:13:57 -0800
Message-ID: <19991201151357.17468.cpmta@c008.sfo.cp.net>
To: www-html@w3.org

I would like to develop an application that can read from the netscape's Document object Model and list down all the contents of a web page that is being shown by a netscape browser ( from a running instance of the browser).

For: eg. my typical usage is, that I would like to list down all the image names or Hyperlinks that are in the current page.

Typically I would like to know How the View Source of the Netscape browser achieves this.

Also is there any information maintainedby the browser as to in which area of the screen the contents are stored.

How do I go about doing it.. Are there any set of APIs that I can sue to do this.

Platform used.- WINDOWS NT/ 95 , C++

Are there any pointers/ documents for the above mentioned problem

Thanks and Regards,


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