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    Unhappy Read webBrowser1 source and find text within HTML tags by id?

    Basically, I am making a web browser for my site. Inside my sites HTML, I have:

    <div id="browser_element_gold" class="browser-div">15 Gold</div>
    <div id="browser_element_coins" class="browser-div">81 Coins</div>

    Can I use C++ to get the web browsers source and find what is inside of the divs (15 Gold and 81 Coins) ?


    Thanks in advance,
    Bailey McAfee
    Bannana97
    Last edited by Bannana97; October 10th, 2010 at 11:00 AM.

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    Re: Read webBrowser1 source and find text within HTML tags by id?

    What do you mean by Web browser source ?. If you want to get any http source ie: html of a given url then you can use URLDownlodToFile API declared in urlmon.h.

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    Re: Read webBrowser1 source and find text within HTML tags by id?

    I am using a Windows Form Application in Microsoft Visual C++ 2010.
    I have my IE-powered web browser on it.
    I know in Visual Basic you can get the source of the webbrowser.

    For example, you're on my website. My website has:

    <div>Hi</div>

    in it. The source is <div>Hi</div>...

    I need to look at this source and read between two html tags, one opening the html tag and one closing it, ex.

    <a id="mydiv">i need to find this</a>

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    Re: Read webBrowser1 source and find text within HTML tags by id?

    I think for now all I need is to find out how to get webBrowser1's source in VC++ 2010 Windows Form App.

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