Storing and Browsing Content in Isolated Storage

There may be occasions where you want to allow an app to download content, perhaps modify it, and store it for later viewing. Fortunately the WebBrowser has built-in capability for browsing offline content located in isolated storage. There is, however, no automatic way to store such content. It is your responsibility to place whatever content needs to be available for offline browsing in isolated storage.


Content loaded from the network has cross-site restrictions, which ordinarily prevent a web page from communicating with sites other than its site-of-origin. Content loaded from isolated storage, or by using the NavigateToString method, however, has no such restrictions on cross-site ...

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