Deanrm

I am developing an application inVS2005 that requires me to open a web page that has 3-4 lines of text in a seperate browser page underneath the normal window in ie6 or ie7. This browser is controlled by the localhost web engine in .net2, so I don't need any controls for web access. I will be using html links to control user access.


How do I go about creating such a page I fairly new to programming and I have no clue as to how IE works.

Thanks for any help you can give me.


Re: Internet Explorer Extension Development Horizontal browser window under main page.

Deanrm

Thanks for your help - NOT!





Re: Internet Explorer Extension Development Horizontal browser window under main page.

John Sudds - MSFT

Is this along the lines of what you were looking for

http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/dotnetbandobjects.asp

There is another article on MSDN about Creating Custom Explorer Bars, but it's not for the faint of heart.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp url=/library/en-us/shellcc/platform/shell/programmersguide/shell_adv/bands.asp

Unfortunately, there is *no* generic "_hbar" or "_vbar" target window you can use. (Wouldn't that be wonderful...)

In other words, you have to build your own.






Re: Internet Explorer Extension Development Horizontal browser window under main page.

Deanrm

Thanks for answering.

No - This is not quite what I was looking for. (But, I do need to create a tool bar to impliment this - Thanks for that info.)

Glancing thru the info - I ran across the term "Child Window". That is what I am looking for - Horizonal across bottom of the users web page, is a seperate window and that "child window" pointing at my web page.

Is there a way to do that

Dean