got an application written in, contains 2 webbrowsers. is there a way of telling webbrowser2 to navigate to a set url when the postdata is sent from webbrowser1??

Having WebBrowser1 and WebBrowser2 in Form1

Public Class Form1

    Dim sNav2 As String = "" ' your Url goes here

    Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
        ' Initialize WebBrowser1 document:
        Dim e2 As String = ""
        e2 = "<html><head id=""hd"">" + vbCrLf
        e2 += "</head>"
        e2 += "<body id=""bd"">" + vbCrLf
        e2 += "</body></html>" + vbCrLf
        WebBrowser1.DocumentText = "<html></html>"

        ' Get a string of a form:
        Dim e1 As String = "<form name=""form1"" method=""POST"" action=""" + sNav2 + """>" + vbCrLf
        e1 += "<input type=""text"" name=""sName"" value=""abcd"">" + vbCrLf
        e1 += "<input type=""submit"" name=""btnSubmit"" value=""Send"">" + vbCrLf
        e1 += "</form>" + vbCrLf

        ' Write the form into WebBrowser1:
        WebBrowser1.Document.GetElementById("bd").InnerHtml = e1
    End Sub

    Private Sub WebBrowser1_Navigating(sender As Object, e As WebBrowserNavigatingEventArgs) Handles WebBrowser1.Navigating
        Dim uri As System.Uri = e.Url
        If InStr(uri.AbsoluteUri, sNav2) Then
            e.Cancel = True
        End If
    End Sub
End Class

xrj the code seems perfect for what i want but im stuck trying to work out how to make it work with my current code, is there a way i can send you a snippet of my code privately??

If you don't mind, I would prefer to continue, if needed, the path in this thread. BTW, you should know I'm not specially versed in webbrowser subject, just have some notions.