I would like to build a HTMLDocument from a string of HTML.
I already have a large amount of code that parses and uses the HTMLDocument, so I don't want to turn back now. But now I've gone back and used HTMLAgilityPack to get the HTML instead of a WebBrowser (because you can't open a page and load the document in another Thread since the WebBrowser locks up my application. So I switched to the agility pack). So I would like to build a regular System.Forms.HTMLDocument using the string of HTML that I obtained using the HTMLAgilityPack.
Is there a way to build a System.Forms.HtmlDocument from a string of HTML?
How about using HtmlDocument.Write() method this way :
HtmlDocument doc = webBrowser1.Document.OpenNew(true); doc.Write("put html string from HTMLAgilityPack here");
HtmlDocument doesn't expose public constructor, it is embedded in
WebBrowser. So, you'll still need to have a