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Alternative to JEditorPane HTML viewer?

 
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Hi everyone, first time poster here.
Problem: the JEditorPane isn't cutting it in my application for displaying html pages... Only supports HTML 3.2 i believe...
What im doing is trying to create an application that uses a HTML GUI. Reasons, im great at HTML GUI's, and i like the custom look it will give my application...
Does anyone know of some kind of class, or browser i can use similar to a JEditorPane internally in my application that supports HTML 4.0....
Very fustrating that java has not upgraded the editor pane to support the current html standard....
IN HTML 3.2 you cant even remove the margins, they look horrible... At least all the searches i've done indicate you cant.... <body leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0"> Wont work...
[ January 11, 2004: Message edited by: Ryan Sampson ]
 
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