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NavigateComplete2 event

Fires after a navigation to a link is completed on a window element or a frameSet element.

Syntax

HTML Attribute <element NavigateComplete2 = "handler(event)">
attachEvent Method object.attachEvent("NavigateComplete2", handler)

 

Event information

SynchronousNo
BubblesNo
CancelableNo

 

Event handler parameters

pDisp [in]
C++A pointer to the IDispatch interface for the WebBrowser object that represents the window or frame. This interface can be queried for the IWebBrowser2 interface.
VBObject that evaluates to the top-level or frame WebBrowser object corresponding to the event.
URL [in]
C++A pointer to a Variant structure of type String that contains the URL, UNC file name, or PIDL that was navigated to. Note that this URL can be different from the URL that the browser was directed to navigate to. One reason is that this URL is the canonicalized and qualified URL. For example, if an application specified a URL of "www.microsoft.com" in a call to the Navigate method or the Navigate2 method, the URL passed by Navigate2 is "http://www.microsoft.com/." If the server has redirected the browser to a different URL, the redirected URL is reflected.
VBString expression that evaluates to the URL, UNC file name, or PIDL that was navigated to. Note that this URL can be different from the URL that the browser was told to navigate to. One reason is that this URL is the canonicalized and qualified URL; for example, if an application specified a URL of "www.microsoft.com" in a call to the Navigate or Navigate2 method, the URL passed by Navigate2 will be "http://www.microsoft.com/". Also, if the server has redirected the browser to a different URL, the redirected URL will be reflected here.

Remarks

The URL parameter can be a PIDL in the case of a Shell namespace entity for which there is no URL representation.

This event replaces the NavigateComplete and FrameNavigateComplete events, which should no longer be used. Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 continue to fire the NavigateComplete and FrameNavigateComplete events for compatibility with Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0.

The document might still be downloading (and in the case of HTML, images might still be downloading), but at least part of the document has been received from the server, and the viewer for the document has been created.

See also

InternetExplorer
WebBrowser
BeforeNavigate2

 

 

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