Re: [Epiphany] Navigating the dom through EphyEmbed

On Mon, 2003-05-12 at 02:17, Erik Pukinskis wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been poking through the ephy source this evening, as I am playing
> around trying to implement some ideas I have.  I'm not very familiar
> with GNOME or mozilla coding, so please bear with me...
> If I have an EphyEmbed object and an EphyEmbedEvent, is there a way that
> from there I can get information about the HTML objects surrounding the
> location in the document the event occurred?
> So, to be blunt, I am trying to get information about a form (it's
> action, the form fields it contains, etc) when the user selects an item
> from the context menu of a form field.  Looking at the other functions
> in popup-commands.c it seems like it's possible to get limited
> information about the document through ephy_embed_event_get_property,
> but I also need information about surrounding tags.
> So hacking ephy's interface is easy enough, but when it comes to
> actually getting at the DOM, I am stuck.  Is this even possible?  Where
> can I find the APIs that would let me do this?  Is it at the ephy level
> or the mozilla level?
> Thanks for your help,
> Erik

See mozilla_embed_emit_mouse_signal and EventContext.cpp in particular. 
The API is at mozilla level.


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