Looking at the string builder, note that the IFrame contains the source property which points to the file path property added earlier in this project. Further, the width and height of the IFrame is set to equal the height and width of the control itself. After the string builder is populated, the content is dumped into a div. Basically, the page is a big table with, where appropriate, in the cells an iframe with a social media plugin like the Twitter widget or the Facebook button, linking to the account of the team in question. However, the page loads very slowly, because of the look-up time of all these little iframe plugins.
Thousands of lyrics to hymns, praise and worship songs, and Christian gospel tracks. Always updating and 100% Free. To see the code in action, you need to follow these simple steps: Step 1: Copy and paste the example code from above in a text editor and save it with .html extension. Step 2: Open the .html file you saved then open your browser's developer tool, go to the networks tab and set throttling to Slow 3G. Here's a GIF to show you how to do it: