How to get html's original source code

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philippe

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Nov 21, 2007, 9:55:55 AM11/21/07
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Hi

I wrote a gecko embedded browser.

I load the following page
______________________________
|<html> |
|<body> |
|<script> |
| document.write('TEST'); |
|</script> |
|</body> |
|</html> |
|______________________________|

I want to get the original code of the page (like this one, not with
the script executed).

I tried to get it into onStateChange of the nsIWebProgressListener
interface's implementation

with

(nsIWebNavigation)->GetDocument(getter_AddRefs(myDomDoc));


But everytime I get the page with the script executed and not the
original page.

_______________________________
|<html> |
|<body> |
|<script> |
| document.write('TEST'); |
|</script>TEST |
|</body> |
|</html> |
|______________________________|

how can I get the original page ?

Thanks a lot for your responses

philippe

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Nov 29, 2007, 11:30:40 AM11/29/07
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> how can I get the original page ?

Turn javascript off.

Robert.

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