It Doesn’t Take a Google Scholar to Go to Google and Get these Cool Google Gadgets for Everyone from Google.com!

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Did you know that Google. com offers more than 6000 cool Google gadgets and Google widgets for your use, for free? And you don’t even need to put them on your Google desktop or Google home page! You can put them on your own website (or put them on a Google homepage and your own website!

It doesn’t take a Google scholar to go to Google and get these cool Google gadgets from Google,com! It’s easy!

There are so many Google gadgets from which to choose! There’s Pacman, Chess, Frogger, Reversi, and Sudoku.

There are clocks, chat and messenger gadgets, and calendars.

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There are webcams, to-do lists, satellite trackers, and maps. There’s a spider that follows your visitors’ mouse, and a cat, too. eBay searches, loan calculators, and more, more, more!

Here are a few of our favourites (instructions to get your own follow):

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Ok, done playing? Here’s how to get Google gadgets on your own website!

The link below will take you to the Google gadgets page, where you can peruse 1000s of Google gadgets, to your heart’s content.

When you find one that you want to put on your own website, click on the gadget. This will take you to a page devoted just to that particular gadget. When you are on the gadget’s page, you will see some additional information about the gadget, and a button which says “Add to your webpage”. Click that button, and that will take you to a page where you can customize the widget (change its size, the color of its borders, etc.). When you have the widget just as you want it, click the button at the bottom of the page that says “Get the Code”.

This will not take you to a new page; rather it will just open up a tiny, one-line window below the “Get the Code” button. The text in that window is the code. Just highlight it all, copy it, and paste it into your website code, and voila! Google gadgets on your website!

Ready? Here is where you go to put Google gadgets on your webpage:

Get Google gadgets for your website from Google. com.


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