What is a widget? A widget is a small program that can easily be installed on your website or blog. Common examples of a widget include: Google advertisements, voting polls, and weather forecasts. We are excited to introduce Gary Johnson “Donations” and “Join us” widgets. By installing these widgets on your blog, you provide an interactive experience for your readers.
How do I use widgets? Simply choose a widget from the selection below, copy the html code, and paste the code into the appropriate place on your website or blog.
How do I copy & paste code? You can copy the html code by highlighting it with your mouse and either choosing ‘edit,’ and then ‘copy’ from your browser menu, or by holding down the control key on your keyboard and pressing ‘C’. Pasting the html code is a little more difficult because it depends on the type of website or blog you use (for example: WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr, TypePad, etc.) Once you determine where to paste the html code, you simply choose ‘edit’ and then ‘paste.’ Alternatively, you can hold down the control key on your keyboard and press ‘V.’