[This is preliminary documentation and is subject to change.]
Thetype exposes the following members.
Returns the browser that this frame belongs to.
Returns the globally unique identifier for this frame or < 0 if the underlying frame does not yet exist.
Returns true (1) if this is the focused frame.
Returns true (1) if this is the main (top-level) frame.
True if this object is currently attached to a valid frame.
Returns the name for this frame. If the frame has an assigned name (for example, set via the iframe "name" attribute) then that value will be returned. Otherwise a unique name will be constructed based on the frame parent hierarchy. The main (top-level) frame will always have an NULL name value.
Provides access to the underlying native cef struct. This is a refcounted library struct derived from cef_base_t. Add a ref in order to keep it alive when this managed object go out of scope.(Inherited from CfxLibraryBase.)
Returns the parent of this frame or NULL if this is the main (top-level) frame.
Returns the URL currently loaded in this frame.
Get the V8 context associated with the frame. This function can only be called from the render process.
Execute copy in this frame.
Execute cut in this frame.
Execute delete in this frame.
Retrieve this frame's HTML source as a string sent to the specified visitor.
Retrieve this frame's display text as a string sent to the specified visitor.
Load the request represented by the |request| object.
Load the contents of |stringVal| with the specified dummy |url|. |url| should have a standard scheme (for example, http scheme) or behaviors like link clicks and web security restrictions may not behave as expected.
Load the specified |url|.
Execute paste in this frame.
Execute redo in this frame.
Execute select all in this frame.
Execute undo in this frame.
Save this frame's HTML source to a temporary file and open it in the default text viewing application. This function can only be called from the browser process.
Visit the DOM document. This function can only be called from the render process.