Hey, I've got an XML parser that reads an RSS feed, and it should take out the title, date and first paragraph of the latest entry and show that.
I got it to show all entries, including the header info ( ), and can do HTML formating so that the title's in bold, date's underlined and the actual entry's in italic, but...
Between the actual entry and the date, I get that, in plain text, so not underlined, italic, or such, except the 2007-05-29T05:56:44.338-07:00 part.Tim W.tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8701199.post-29495624028221418612007-05-29T21:48:00.000-07:002007-05-29T05:56:44.338-07:00
I'm now wondering how I can keep that out and how I can reformat the 2007-05-29T05:56:44.338-07:00 part to be more readable, plus how I can show the info of only the last entry, and only the first paragraph of the entry. It doesn't seem like I can do that with any function, and the way you have to use a separate function for the data, it doesn't allow you to say: "Handle the data from this tag this way."
Any help is highly appreciated.