C# - Way To Use The Firefox (or Chrome Or Any Other Good Browsers) Rendering Engine To Convert Html (as A Text String) To An Image?
Jan 3, 2011
Is there a way to use the firefox (or chrome or any other good browsers) rendering engine to convert html (as a text string) to an image?I have full access to the server I'm using, so no limitations there.
Is it possible to embed an external application inside the browser (IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox) so it will look like a native web application but actually having access to the USB ports of the client machine? I have heard that I need to make an ActiveX control. I would like to use the .Net framework, but if that is not possible, maybe using Java or C++ will be fine.
I have to make an application that will allow to the users to connect an external device to an USB port, this device will take a backup of the information contained in a SIM card and send it to the user's account online agenda. So the user can restore it later using the same application. This should be a web application or at least look like one.
If the first is not possible. Is there any way to launch an external application from all the browsers, and then pass information to the browser window to allow it to refresh after the backup has been made?
I have textbox in my page that I put this attribute for it TextMode="MultiLine"..here user can change width and hight of textbox with mouse..I couldn't find any attribute for textbox that din't allow users to change width and hight of textbox.
I've defined node styles for my TreeView instance in markup (using <LevelStyles> for example). Everything renders correctly in IE7/8 but, when rendering in Chrome, Safari or FireFox, the styles are not being applied. From looking at the source code for the page, I can see that the various runtime css classes are being injected into the top of the page, but the class attributes on the <a> tags (within the generated TreeView HTML) are empty (class=""). In IE, the class attributes contain references to the classes that were injected into the page.
Can anyone explain why this is happening? I can see no logical explanation for this, and it's a big issue - My client primarily uses Safari, as they're Mac based.
I'm doing css for a website. I send the html and css to a guy, he puts it into ASP.net. The problem is that the transfer didn't end well for my code and it needs some fixing. The problem is that when I look at it in Chrome, or Firefox, or IE8, I get three completely different renderings. I spent a good amount of time trying to fix a drop-down menu that is supposed to appear while hovering over a link. The one he had in place from ASP.net worked in IE, kinda worked in Firefox, and was completely broken in Chrome (I haven't tested Safari or Opera.) Just getting it to look basically the same in firefox and chrome was a struggle. The html source is showing me two completely different pages as well.
Does anyone have experience with this? I know nothing of ASP.net, and it seems like the guy is modifying my layout with a wsyiwyg (I found tables used in random places, which I did not put there.) Faced with this, what is my best option? Is this fixable, or am I in over my head?
How to add different text with different colour in bitmap image using wpf.i have written the code it will take only one colour in text line but i want different colour in bitmap
SolidBrush brush = new SolidBrush(System.Drawing.Color.White); System.Drawing.Brush brush1 = new SolidBrush(System.Drawing.Color.Blue); // draw your rectangle below the original image System.Drawing.Font font = new System.Drawing.Font("Arial", fontsize, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Bold, GraphicsUnit.Pixel); SizeF textSize = new SizeF(); graphics.DrawString(multiLineString, font, brush1, position);
in ASP.NET application, how to design the pages in such a way that they are displayed properly in both IE6 and IE8 browsers? I would like to minimise the CSS work that I need to do if there are any general guidelines to follow which will work in both browsers. I may still need to tweak here and there, but I want to reduce bulk of the work.
What I am dealing with is a collection of data from 3rd party sites, some xml, some thumbnail images already.I essentially have an asp page that uses vb to collected the data and display it with some minor formating in a <div>, I use a literal control and a stringBuilder to put together the html and output it to the literal.
So what I've been trying to do without any luck is have the output dump into a stream, then render the html into an image from that stream.I have looked at most of the links that have been posted in simular threads, and none of those are simular to exactly what I am looking for.
how to convert both text and image together into an image. To clarify my question I can say if I have a text editor where I can add both text,image,audio or video player, how canI convert the whole texteditor.text (it gives me html code) to an image and save it in a file.
I have a webpage called DisplayBinaryData.aspx - the purpose of this page being to display/download any word, excel, pdf or images. I call this webpage and pass the id of my BinaryData entity using a querystring. The BinaryData entity contains the file, filename and contenttype uploaded using the asp.net fileUploadControl. The code in the page load is below:
This code executes perfect in IE,but fails when executed in FireFox. IE prompts the user, either to save or open the content. FireFox also prompts the user, but the dialog box fails to save or open any content. When executing this in google chrome - there is no dialog box, it starts downloading the content automatically.
I like to convert html for example a table to and image and save as jpg.(what I mean is that a table displayed on web page, I only want to get that specific table and save as image) Is it possible using asp.net?
The method GetDesignTimeHtml of the ControlDesigner class should return html markup that will be shown on the page in design time. My problem is that control looks different in different versions of the visual studio. What is the rendering engine visual studio use to render control in design mode?
In 95% of cases, this HTML will be enclosed in <DIV> with a "size:auto".I have seen a few examples that contain the browser control but all of them need a width/height specification.Basically, what I am looking for is the ability to let my user make part of an HTML document and encapsulate that HTML in an image for later viewing.