Chapter 12. MFC HTML Support

by Mickey Williams

In this chapter

One of the new features introduced in Visual C++ 6 is support for writing applications that support Dynamic HTML. In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • How the WebBrowser ActiveX control can be used in a dialog box resource

  • How MFC classes can be used to write an application that acts as a browser

  • How you can navigate to special folder locations, such as the Control Panel

The CD-ROM that accompanies this book includes two example programs: WebCtl demonstrates how the WebBrowser ActiveX control can be used in a dialog box, and WWWTest demonstrates how the MFC ...

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