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Hmm, confusing title? Well, I'm making an IRC Server inside an embedded IE, I read the script from an HTML file within the same folder, now problem is, all the javascripts and bins cant be acessed in the same way, because its not on the inter net...

if none of that made sense, look here:

If you made a pic, that was in the same foldr as your script, you only need to put in: "mypicture.bmp"

Now, say now I am using DocWrite into an embedded IE object:

<img src="mypicture.bmp">

that WONT work because its not on the same domain thingy as it is... but thats EXACTLY what I want to do! Any thoughts?

Thanks!


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I just tried uploading all the files onto a filehost, and tried putting the filehost name infrom onf all the needed files, that didnt work either, infact the applet just said it failed to load...

EDIT: Will _IEBodyWriteHTML still retain the domain name of the visited website?

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Hmm, confusing title?

Very confusing indeed...

Not sure what you're asking....but would _IEBodyWriteHTML($body, "<IMG src = " & @ScriptDir & "\mypicture.bmp>") work?

EDIT: Will _IEBodyWriteHTML still retain the domain name of the visited website?

Again, not sure what you're asking...what visited website?


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well, none in particular, here, say I have my own website, with all the files uploaded on it, then I put a website on there (blank, say, www.myweb.com/blank.html), then I use the _IEBodyWriteHTML() to write on the blank page, now, after writing HTML into that page, is the page now a temp, or is it still the blank page name (www.myweb.com/blank.html)?

because if it is STILL www.myweb.com/blank.html, I will still be able to use the objects I uploaded, (such as www.myweb.com/image.gif)


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well, none in particular, here, say I have my own website, with all the files uploaded on it, then I put a website on there (blank, say, www.myweb.com/blank.html), then I use the _IEBodyWriteHTML() to write on the blank page, now, after writing HTML into that page, is the page now a temp, or is it still the blank page name (www.myweb.com/blank.html)?

because if it is STILL www.myweb.com/blank.html, I will still be able to use the objects I uploaded, (such as www.myweb.com/image.gif)

I think you would be overwriting the body of the local object, which is a downloaded copy of the actual page. It would (I guess) overwrite whatever links, etc, were there. But you would have to test it and see... what happens when you try it?

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