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How to add a video news feed to your site

We currently have google gadgets that display news feeds through the google gadget interface.  However, it is not necessary to use the google gadget interface.  If you want you can embed the code in your own site and set up the the layout any way you like.  The process is simple too.  At the time this article was posted, the following is a complete list of all the video news feeds we offer and the link to their page:

In case this list isn't up to date, we recommend you search all our video news feed gadgets by searching here:

sumnone news feed (If you see the default google image, that means we have removed the gadget as the content provider has removed the feed. However, google hasn't remove the gadget for whatever reason)

Anyway, on to business...  To add the feed to your own web page simply click the embed icon in the upper right hand corner of the player window:

 

Upon clicking on that, an embed window will open up with the code that you need. Simply click the "Agree and Copy Code" button and then paste the code into your blog or webpage.

Video News Feed Gadgets

The following is an example of one of our video news feed google gadgets:

Check out all our different video news feed gadgets here (If using a pop-up blocker, hold Ctrl + Alt + left mouse click):

Normally, this page would show you how to configure the gadget.  However, there isn't much configuring to do.  Just add and press the play button.  In case this list isn't up to date, we recommend you search all our video news feed gadgets by searching here:

sumnone news feed (If you see the default google image, that means we have removed the gadget as the content provider has removed the feed. However, google hasn't remove the gadget for whatever reason)

If you're interested in putting one of these news feeds into your own webpage click here.

Customizable Dukascopy Forex Market Charts Google Gadget

Check out our Dukascopy Forex Charts Google Gadget.  If you have not done so, you can add it here:

Dukascopy Forex Charts Google Gadget

The gadget works with the default settings.  However, we assume you want to look at different currencies as well as different timeframes, units, and such.  This is a quick guide on how to use the gadget.

Go to the "Edit settings" menu by clicking on the icon that looks like a square with an upside down triangle in it. Choose "Edit settings:"

In the Pair drop down list choose the currency pair you want.

In the Style drop down list. Choose the type of style of chart you want.

In the Time drop down list, choose your timeframe.

Choose your Units:

Once you hit the save button, the chart will reflect the options you chose:

 

Add as many charts to your iGoogle page simply by clicking on the Add another chart to this page link.

 

In case you are wondering, this gadget is essentially a webpage that uses the url (querystring) to retrieve the information it needs from the google gadget interface. To see the stripped version of this gadget, go here:

Basic gadget