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programmatically highlight HTML element via clicking on a tree node

didijc (Programmer) (OP)
7 Jun 10 7:05
Does anyone know how to highlight an HTML element based on the tree node selected...

...I have a webbrowser control & a treeview control...once I load a website I create a HTML DOM tree representation of the website...

What I want to do now, is the following:

mouse over any HTML element, which will then select the corresponding tree node on the HTML DOM Tree
and the reverse, select any tree node and have the corresponding HTML element highlighted with a red border/box drawn around it

I would really appreciate it...any kind of help

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