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    Hello,

    I'd like to know how can I load an external website into a GXT Layout container. I want to do that to include my help content, that is available in HTML, in my application.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    Regards,

    Otavio

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    Did you got any help? I have the same requrement
    thanks
    lal

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    Hi.

    You can use GWT Frame class for this purpose.
    And then use the setUrl property.

    Regards,
    Michel.

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    Check this code it will works



    you create a separate HTML File and then create a content Panel like this

    ContentPanel contentPanel = new ContentPanel();

    contentPanel.setHeading("Accounts Summary");
    contentPanel.setCollapsible(true);
    contentPanel.setFrame(true);
    contentPanel.setBorders(true);
    contentPanel.setSize("95%", "auto");
    contentPanel.setButtonAlign(HorizontalAlignment.CENTER);
    add(contentPanel);

    HtmlContainer hc = new HtmlContainer();
    hc.setUrl("help.html");
    hc.setBorders(true);
    contentPanel.add(hc);

    After adding this code, now you run your xml file in the GWT Host Mode, you can find your HTML file in the result page

    Thanks and Regards,
    Sundhar

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    you can also do

    PHP Code:
    Frame contentPanelFrame contenPanel.setUrl("my/content/url.html"); 
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    What is the equivalent of
    HtmlContainer hc = new HtmlContainer();
    hc.setUrl("help.html");
    in gxt 3?

    thanks,

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    Hi All,

    Even I have the same requirement as specified by Mr John. Can anybody have a solution for that?

    I just have a html file and it has to be loaded in to a content panel on some user interaction?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Loading an External HTML page in to GXT application

    I have found a class by name frame in which we have method as setUrl(). Using that method we can load a HTML page in to the GXT application.

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