Check out the widget above. Whatâ€™s a widget?
Widgets are cool, portable little online features that you can put onto websites easily by just copying a little bit of code into your page. I'm helping to get the word out about The Denver Post's widget for coverage of the Democratic National Convention, coming up in a little over a week here in Denver.
Itâ€™s a simple way for sites to include syndicated content from outside sources, contained within a defined box or space. Think of all the different elements on a MyYahoo or iGoogle home page â€“ those individual boxes of content are all widgets on the page.
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