[Almost all Methods & Properties are explained with VBScript examples.]
InternetExplorer Object's Methods
Computes the full size of the browser window when given the specified width and height of the content area.
Executes a command and returns the status of the command execution using the IOleCommandTarget interface.
Gets the value associated with a user-defined property name.
Navigates backward one item in the history list.
Navigates forward one item in the history list.
Navigates to the current home or start page.
Navigates to the current search page.
Navigates to a resource identified by a URL or to a file identified by a full path.
Navigates the browser to a location that might not be expressed as a URL, such as a pointer to an item identifier list (PIDL) for an entity in the Windows Shell namespace.
Associates a user-defined name/value pair with the object.
Queries the object for the status of commands using the IOleCommandTarget interface.
Closes the object.
Reloads the file that is currently displayed in the object.
Reloads the file that is currently displayed with the specified refresh level.
Shows or hides a specified browser bar.
Cancels a pending navigation or download, and stops dynamic page elements, such as background sounds and animations.
InternetExplorer Object's Properties
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the address bar of the object is visible or hidden.
Gets the automation object for the application that is hosting the WebBrowser Control.
Gets a value that indicates whether the object is engaged in a navigation or downloading operation.
Gets an object reference to a container.
Gets the automation object of the active document, if any.
Retrieves the fully qualified path of the Internet Explorer executable.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether Internet Explorer is in full-screen mode or normal window mode.
Sets or gets the height of the object.
Gets the handle of the Internet Explorer main window.
Sets or gets the coordinate of the left edge of the object.
Retrieves the path or title of the resource that is currently displayed.
Gets the URL of the resource that is currently displayed.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the Internet Explorer menu bar is visible.
Retrieves the frame name or application name of the object.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object is operating in offline mode.
Gets the parent of the object.
Retrieves the system folder of the Internet Explorer executable.
Gets the ready state of the object.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object is registered as a top-level browser window.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object is registered as a drop target for navigation.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object can be resized.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object can display dialog boxes.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the status bar for the object is visible.
Sets or gets the text in the status bar for the object.
Sets or gets whether the object is in theater mode.
Sets or gets whether toolbars for the object are visible.
Sets or gets the coordinate of the top edge of the object.
Gets a value that indicates whether the object is a top-level container.
Gets the user type name of the contained document object.
Sets or gets a value that indicates whether the object is visible or hidden. You can also check the visible property in any of the examples above.
Sets or gets the width of the object.