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Optional: If your're interested in coding your own RSS parsing script to parse the ILW.com Immigration Daily Headlines, you can go to this tutorial. The ILW.com RSS 2.0 feed is at http://www.ilw.com/immig-daily.xml

You can also set color and other styles for the frame, as in this example:

<div style="border:2px red solid; width:230;"><iframe src="http://www.ilw.com/parse.asp" height="250" width="230" scrolling="auto" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" allowtransparency="true"></iframe></div>

In this example, the frame has been set to have a solid red border 2 pixels in width using an inline style declaration. There are a lot of CSS - Cascading Style Sheet - references on the web. Try the World Wide Web Consortium at http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/

You may need to work with your page so that the headlines will display in the right place. Remember, where you put the headlines in your page will determine where they appear on the screen.

If you have a technical problem you can email us and we will try to assist you.


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