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    Default [Tutorial] How to make YOUR OWN Web Browser

    Hello everyone!
    In this tutorial i will be teaching you how to create your Very Own Web Browser.

    Things you will be needing

    -Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition. Download Here

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    1. Start Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition.
    2. Press "File" and then "New Menu" (Or use CTRL+N for a shortcut)
    3. Select "Windows Form Application" and Name your new Web Browser. (eg. My Web Browser)
    4. Then You should see a workspace named "Form1" (That means your browsers name is Form1 at the moment)
    5. Click on where it says "Form1" once and go to the properties panel located in the bottom right corner and look for the "text" property, change that to whatever you wish your web browser to be called.
    6. Now add 6 buttons which can be found in the "toolbox" located at the left and name them: Back, Forward, Refresh, Stop, Home and Go.
    7. Now add a text box which will be used as the address bar. Position all of the items you have around your workspace (You can extend your workspace)
    8. Now go back to the toolbox and look for the tool called "Web Browser" add that to your workspace. If the web browser tool takes over a lot of space Click on your web browser tool and look on the top right corner of the web browser tool and you should see a small arrow pointing right. Click that and press "Unlock in parent container" then you will be able to resize it etc.. So resize it and out it where you want.
    9. Now the coding. Double click on back and type the following:

    webbrowser1.goback

    Now double click on forward at type:

    webbrowser1.goforward

    Now double click on refresh and type:

    webbrowser1.refresh

    Now double click on stop and type:

    webbrowser1.stop

    Now double click on home and type:

    webbrowser1.gohome

    Now double click on go and type:

    webbrowser1.navigate (textbox1.text)

    10. Your web browser is now officially complete click on the green play button at the top to view your web browser.

    NOTE: You have to press "Go" to go to a page, you cant press enter although if you want to follow these steps:

    11. Click on "Form1" once or if you have renamed it then click on it.
    12. Go to the property's panel and find "Accept Button" Click on the arrow and select which ever one you made the "Go" button and then you will be able to press "go"
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    Thanks Everyone!
    I hope this helps!

    Credits:
    -PSPGEEK101


    PSP Hacker,software developer and website builder.

    If you need help PM Me and ill be glad to help


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    Nice dude! I like this! Maybe it'll get stickied.







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    Thanks Joomla
    It did get stickied xD
    Last edited by pspgeek101; 08-10-2008 at 09:10 PM.


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    Hmmm haven't checked..... Nice then!







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    nice tut very helpful


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    thanks klink


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    Nice one geek...
    U know what...i might actual try this sometime.
    Excellent tut. keep up d good work
    noSIG?

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    Thanks buddy


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    Nice share, but I would worry about the level of security a self made browser would offer. Couldn't be worse the Interent Explorer though



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    thanks dude!
    Keep those hands shreddin'!


 
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