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    Default QWebView load html different from normal browsers.

    I use QWebView to show a web site. When I used a browser like Firefox or Chrome, the web page will load more pictures when I scroll to the bottom of the page. BUT with QWebView, the web page would not load more.
    I find that the html source grabbered using QWebView and normal browsers are different.
    Why is it? Can anyone help? Thanks.

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    Default Re: QWebView load html different from normal browsers.

    Quote Originally Posted by xiangxw View Post
    Why is it?
    Hmm... because the server sent different code to the client?
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