Hi. Sadly, I don't have time to try it out myself, but I was thinking maybe you can overlay another control over the web browser control and simply set its background to transparent? Are you saying nothing (no other control) can go on top of a web browser control by design? I was thinking maybe you can use a subform placed on top of it (if that's possible - again, I can't test the idea right now). Hope that helps...Is it a page you wrote or a random page on the net?
I have no control over the web page but it will stay the same for a very long time.
There is a double click event available on a WB control.
The double click is a start but would only work for the page as a whole...
What I would like is to do is put command buttons over a web browser in access. The webpage would be full of equipment and after clicking one of many images would open another form to a specific record. I was just wondering if that would be possible to overlay controls over a web image.
Private Sub WebBrowser0_MouseDown(Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, X As Single, Y As Single) End Sub
@Micron Was that directed at me? If so, I was saying/thinking overlay, say, a subform on top of a web control and set the subform's background to Transparent (if possible). If not a subform, then maybe some other control. Still, just thinking out loud... Cheers!A wb control has no background property? I agree with mousedown event but it sounds like your/the web page ought to be handling this.
Check out posts 3, 11 and 12. MajP's idea seems pretty interesting. You might just need to experiment with the grid you want to get the numbers right.Yes I understand this but looking for other possible solutions to the problem.