Creating a Web Browser using JEditorPane
I am using JEditorPane to create a simple web browser. When we open http://www.google.com enter some data in text field and press " Google Search " Button, the browser cannot detect it.
But If we try the same thing at http://www.yahoo.com it will work properly. I am connecting to internet using lan and made the proxy settings in program as
I am using this statement to get the page
pane.setPage(urlField.getText());//here pane is a JEditorPane
Also The browser is displaying some unnecessary data like
How can I display images with relative path name in JEditorPane.
Please help in this regards
After all these conditions I want to give the multi language support for my browser.
If anybody done this already or know about this Please help me.
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