Re: How to tell when page loas completes with CHtmlCtrl/CHtmlView?

"AliR" <AliR@online.nospam>
Tue, 22 Aug 2006 14:58:48 -0500
That's a good solution. :) I have to remember that.

"Ajay Kalra" <> wrote in message

I have been poking around and have a test program running that uses the
CHtmlCtrl written by Paul DiLascia. The docs seem to indicate that
OnDocumentCOmplete() is called when the current page load is complete.
However, I have implemented all of the event virtual methods that look
interesting, then I ran the program with breakpoints set in each of them


loading in my tests), and I don't see this behavior.


OnDocumentCOmplete() gets called multiple times, as does


OnNavigateComplete2(), OnDownloadBegin(), OnDownloadComplete(). I'm not
seeing any calls to OnNavigateError().

I need to be able to detect unambiguously in my C++ code that the page


has completed. Can anyone tell me what method to use?

Its due to numer of frames on the page. Use DocumentComplete method and
look here for details:


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