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== About ==
== About ==
WebKitKDE library sits on top of QtWebKit, providing KDE integration (for example, WebActions using KDE icons and shortcuts, downloading using KIO, etc). WebKitKDE provides the following classes: |+|
The library sits on top of QtWebKit, providing KDE integration for , shortcuts, KIO, ).
|−|=== KWebView === |+|
|−|A QWebView with KDE integration.<br> |+|
the following classes:
|−|KWebPage* KWebView: :page() : Overridden from QWebView, it return a KWebPage instead of a QWebPage. <br> |+|
|−|QWidget* KWebView::searchBar() : Get a search bar widget, usable for searching the page. <br> |+|
|−|void setCustomContextMenu(bool) [slot] : Should KWebView use it's own context menu, or should it emit a signal on right-click. <br> |+|
|−|void showContextMenu() [signal] : If setCustomContextMenu is set to true, this signal will be emited when the user right- clicks on the page.<br> |+|
|−|void openUrlInNewTab(const KUrl) [signal] : When the user middle- clicks a link, instead of opening it, KWebView will emit this signal. In tab-enabled browsers, this usually results in opening a new tab.<br> |+|
|−|=== KWebPage === |+|
|−|A QWebPage with KDE integration. |+|
Latest revision as of 01:42, 15 January 2010
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The kdewebkit library sits on top of QtWebKit, providing KDE integration for icons, shortcuts, network operation (KIO), cookie management using (KCookieJar) and component embedding (KParts).
See the following link for a list of all classes:
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