Using the HTMLUIControl.GetElementAtClientPoint() method I acquire a reference to a IHTMLElement. If I want to change the formatting or presentation of that element, how would I achieve that? The IHTMLElement.Format property is read only and there does not appear to be an applicable method to alter it. In the same vein, how would I alter its Visible status? Thanks for the help,
You can access the elements as BaseElement and set its IsVisible property to be false to change the element''s visiblity.
The style for a element can also be changed through the Attributes["class"].Value property.
Please refer to the sample linked to below:
AFAdam FlynnJanuary 26, 2005 06:18 PM UTC
I was hoping to create a custom collection of HTMLFormat objects, representing specific CSS formats, and apply them to individual IHTMLElements.
Can you explain if there is a way to programmatically create (i.e. not read the styles from a file) an object that contains a specific css style and then apply it to one or more IHTMLElements?
Davis Jebaraj February 1, 2005 01:25 PM UTC
There is currently no way to assign HTMLFormat objects directly to HTMLElements. I have requested a feature request for this and I will update you as soon as the feature has been implemented.
Thank you for your patience.