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Use this object to Access any WEB Page. This object will work with any HTML Page weather it is on a local computer or the internet.  And should react the same way as your currently installed version of Microsoft internet explorer.

 

PALETTE ICON & EXAMPLE

Appearance

Cursor

Behavior

Enabled

TabOrder

TabStop

Visible

Hint

Hint

ParentShowHint

ShowHint

Misc

HelpContext

Name

PopupMenu

Tag

Other

Anchors

FullScreen    Will make the object Full screen

GotoURL      This is a Runtime only parameter to change the current URL

Helpkeyword  keyword for help

Helptype         how to search for keyword

Offline           If object is in Online of Offline modes

Sethome         this the home URL (Defaults to CASSOFTWARE.com)

TheaterMode  A type of Full screen mode

URLDirection A Runtime only Paramiter:

                          WEBGOHome   - Take you to the home URL

                          WEBGOBack    - Take you back to the Last URL

                          WEBGOForward Take you to the Previous URL (Only after using the WEBGOBack)

       WEBGO   - Take you to your GOTOURL

                          WEBSTOP   - Stop the processing of the URL

       WEBREFREASH refreshes the object.

Note :                 Use the UrlDirection in your code with the set_object Command when set this will fire the object to do the above behaviours.

                         

UserAgent         User agent Signature.

Position

Height

Left

Top

Width

EVENTS

This object has events that are called depending on what the user does.  The events are routines in your program that may return a value (generally .True. or .False.) or just alert your program that something is happening.  An event looks to your program for a special label.  It is made up of the object Name, a period (.) and the Event name (listed below).  For example, the Change event below would be:  ObjectName.Change:

There are no Events at this time.

 


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