WebBrowser - Rendering HTML in Silverlight
In previous versions of Silverlight if you needed to display some HTML in your application you would either need to use a control to convert the HTML to XAML such as our RichTextBlock control or you would render an actual HTML element over your Silverlight application.
Now in Silverlight 4 we have the new WebBrowser control. This simple but powerful control allows you to display HTML, either by providing a URL or direct HTML content.
In this simple example we define a single WebBrowser control and in C# we add some static HTML:
The NavigateToString method does the work here. To display HTML in the WebBrowser control you pass a string of HTML to this method. Alternatively you can call the Navigate method, this method simply takes a URL and displays it in your Silverlight application.
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