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Get the widget!

Share some of the great posts found around the web with the ScienceSeeker widget. By default, it shows the latest publications, filtered by your filter choices on the sidebar. You may also configure it to filter posts in other ways -- for example, posts with citations from your site, or posts recommended by a specific ScienceSeeker user.

The widget was built using the ScienceSeeker API, which provides open access to the ScienceSeeker database for use in applications.

HTML Code

If you are interested in using our widget, here are a few tutorials for the most popular blogging services:

Blogger / Blogspot


1. Go to the Design page on your Dashboard.

2. Go to the Layout section of your design page and click on Add a Gadget where you want to put the ScienceSeeker widget.

3. A pop-up will open with the list of availabe gadgets, select HTML/Javascript.

4. Write the title you wish your widget to have, copy the HTML code we give you on this page to the content area and click on the Save button.

5. Back in the layout page, click on Save arrangement.

6. It's done! You should be able to see the ScienceSeeker widget on your site now.

WordPress


Note: Unfortunately, WordPress blogs hosted on the WordPress site can't embed iframes

1. Go to your Dashboard.

2. Go to Appearance > Widgets.

3. Drag and drop the Text widget to your sidebar.

4. Write the title you wish your widget to have, copy the HTML code we give you on this page to the content area and click on the Save button.

5. Done! The ScienceSeeker widget should be now in your sidebar.