Google gadgets - cool extras for your website

By Murray Bourne, 28 Jun 2008

Google Gadgets allows Webmasters (and bloggers) to include cool interactive stuff on a Web page.

You just find the gadget you want, copy its code, and drop it into your Web page (or blog post - but make sure you are editing the HTML and not using the WYSIWYG editor or it will mess up).

See the 3 Comments below.

3 Comments on “Google gadgets - cool extras for your website”

  1. alec O'Connor says:

    some of them don't work

  2. Murray says:

    The ones I tried (some time ago now) worked fine. Which ones gave you trouble?

  3. Peter Price says:

    Cool gadgets! Thanks for this - I hadn't seen these before.

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