First of all I'm still very new to C# so be gentle :p
I'm currently trying to make an application that can login to a certain website and search for some numbers and so on that I can put in an overview, just to save some time.
The only thing I found that could do this is the WebBrowser control, and I've managed to make it work, but when I gave the program to a friend it failed.
I think it has to do with the difference in browser versions (he uses Internet Explorer 7, I use the latest) and if that's the case I'm pretty clueless how to deal with the problem, since I don't even know what the differences in HTML codes are in each version,
and it seems like a lot of work to adjust all the html code to check for accordingly. For example it was even so that & changed to & in my application on my PC and that's only by using one browser so I dunno what happens with other browser versions.
I assume that the WebBrowser control always uses Internet Explorer, even if for example Firefox is the standard browser, is this true? But to be sure I asked the friend to put his Internet Explorer as the default browser and still no go.
So my question is: is there a relatively easy way to make sure that the program works on practically any PC, without me having to make exceptions for like version 1.6.7 or 1.6.8 (I have no idea what versions there are really)?
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