Hello, I use the webkitbrowser which is simular to the webbrowser. Now on a website, I want to programatically insert a string into a textBox. This I have succeeded to do like this: webKitBrowser1.Document.GetElementById("txtbox1").SetAttribute("value", "hello"); After this I will need to programatically click a button that will check that "hello" is correct. I have succeeded to click the button like this: webKitBrowser1.Document.InvokeScriptMethod("execFunction", new object[] { }); Now comes the problem. When "execFunction" is activated which is a <a></a> tag in HTML, I get the message that the "hello" string is not correct. Now I know why that is the problem. …

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I want to make a web browser based on webkit in c#. For that i have two options, cefglue and awesomium. But i don't know which one is better out of them? I want to know awesomium or cefglue - which one is better for embedding in C# app? Please suggest me.

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Hello everyone again, I'm trying to do some web studies here and of course, digging deeper into responsive web design. Recently I came across this web page: http://kumanimedia.com/portfolio You will notice when you rescale your browser window, the boxes fluxuate based on it's size. On that, I inspected the element and the css that caused that effect and from what it seems (I could be wrong) it's something to do with the webkit-transform: translate3d effect. Can anyone provide a bit more insight to what's exactly causing this effect? Thanks

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I have the way I want my site to look in chrome and I wanted to make it also look the same in mozilla therefore I replaced the webkit's with moz in the CSS. However the #mySection div is alot smaller in width in moz than chrome. There are screenshots of the differences below. ![4c555d256e7cae4cf523e71aafa16c79](/attachments/large/4/4c555d256e7cae4cf523e71aafa16c79.png "4c555d256e7cae4cf523e71aafa16c79") ![47e95b4cdd1a556ae58d4e9b699e048d](/attachments/large/4/47e95b4cdd1a556ae58d4e9b699e048d.png "47e95b4cdd1a556ae58d4e9b699e048d") Here is my CSS: /* Resets everything so that there are no errors */ *{ margin:0px; padding:0px; } /* Sets style fort headers and paragraphs */ h1{ font: bold 30px Andale Mono; } h2{ font: bold 25px Andale Mono; } p{ font: …

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Hello Since I can't get something to work, as a temp fix, Im going to do something else but I need this to only happen if it is a Webkit based browser (Safari, Chrome, Android, etc...). How can I detect this? Thank you

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Hi everybody, I'd like to know if there is a way to zoom a page in the webkitbrowser control in vb net. Thanks in advance.

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hello everyone..i've vs2010 in my system..and i'm trying to build a simple web browser using webkit..could anyone please tell me what do i need to install to be able to work on vs2010?? and a simple demo code about how to use the webkit sdk..i've searched a lot on google..but haven't been able to find something useful so far thanks

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Im on chrome 16.0.912.21 beta and my transitions are not working. One thing i noticed is that when there is no full url on the link href, the transition works. When there IS a full url the transition stops working...i don't get it. check out this link: [url]http://elneco.biz/idk/[/url] any help would be much appreciated. -neco

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Hello everyone. I'm an expert html5/css3 designer, but when it comes to javascript, I don't know anything... I need some javascript code that detects a browser engine (webkit, gecko, etc.) and redirects based on that. I need webkit and gecko to redirect to home.php and all others to redirect to basic.php. I know people are going to tell me that if I was a good designer, I would design for all browsers/engines, and I agree. But I need this code for something completely un-related to design. Thanks a lot in advance!

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I'm using Python, PyQt4, and QtWebKit to load a web page into a bare-bones browser to examine the data. However, there is a small issue. I'm trying to get the contents and src of every iframe on the loaded page. I'm using [B][I]webView.page().mainFrame().childFrames()[/I][/B] to get the frames. To problem is, [B][I]childFrames()[/I][/B] loads the frames [B]ONLY[/B] if they're visible by the browser. For example, when your browser is positioned at the top of the page, [B][I]childFrames()[/I][/B] will not load the iframes are at the footer of the page. Is there a way or setting I could tweak where I can get …

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Beginning a project developing a web browser for Mac OS X. Planning on offering a Universal Binary (for PPC and Intel support), 64-bit build, and using WebKit as the layout engine. Am looking for suggestions on featureset, as well as ideas for improving the JavaScriptCore framework and rendering engine. The idea here is to provide a very feature rich and light-feeling alternative to the speedy, yet bloaty Safari 5. My only fear is competing with Apple's Nitro JavaScript Engine.

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Beginning a project developing a web browser for Mac OS X. Planning on offering a Universal Binary (for PPC and Intel support), 64-bit build, and using WebKit as the layout engine. Am looking for suggestions on featureset, as well as ideas for improving the JavaScriptCore framework and rendering engine. The idea here is to provide a very feature rich and light-feeling alternative to the speedy, yet bloaty Safari 5. My only fear is competing with Apple's Nitro JavaScript Engine.

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A lot of rumors began circulating about the possibility of a new Kindle on the horizon after the popular Kindle DX seemed to suddenly be sold out on Amazon's web site some time ago leading to the speculation that Amazon had a new version in the works. Wednesday those suspicions were confirmed as [URL="http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Reading-Display-Graphite-Globally/dp/B002FQJT3Q/ref=sr_tr_1?ie=UTF8&s=aps&qid=1280376470&sr=8-1"]Amazon.com officially unveiled the all new Kindle[/URL] which has Amazon executives seeing a positive future for the Kindle brand. [ATTACH=right]16228[/ATTACH][URL="http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/07/thinner-lighter-kindle-comes-with-wi-fi-starts-at-us139/"]Reviews[/URL] have been mixed on the Kindle in the past due to slow page turning and a slow, clumsy browsing experience so one of the things that will …

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Hi everyone. I've run into another problem :( I have 3 JS files I want to include in my page. The first one is defined statically in the html file. The other two are loaded into the DOM using the following function: [CODE] function loadJsFile(pathToFile){ var headID = document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0]; var newScript = document.createElement('script'); newScript.type = 'text/javascript'; newScript.src = pathToFile; headID.appendChild(newScript); } [/CODE] I then use DOMContentLoaded or onload events to trigger my initiation function combining functions from the 3 files. This works perfectly in Opera, firefox and (I assume) Internet Explorer but doesn't work in Safari or Chrome. For those …

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I am using [URL="http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/"]XSPF Web Music Player[/URL] slim, and whenever I put it into a web page and play it using Google Chrome or Safari the song starts playing twice. When i press the pause button one instance of the song keeps playing while the other keep going without any control over it. This only happen on Google Chrome and Safari on both Windows and Macs so I think it is a problem with the player and WebKit. I am not using play-list file because the player is only playing one song so I used some parameters somewhere for the …

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Bravo to Google for daring to compete in the two-party system of the world's desktop browser market. And kudos for bucking the status quo to design a "modern platform for Web pages and applications," as its [release statement](http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/why.html?hl=en) read. But there's also skepticism out there about Google's bravado, and about its motives for the whole browser project. "Google wants to control the way people do business on the Internet, and the way to do that is to control how they get there," said Gwyn Fisher, CTO of [Klocwork](http://www.klocwork.com/) which makes code analysis tools. While many of today's news reports say …

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