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Installing the ResearchBlogging.org Widget

The widget is a customized feed of posts from ResearchBlogging.org that you can display on your own blog. You can specify which category of posts you'd like to display: Just "Neuroscience" and "Psychology," everything on our site, or any other combination you can think of. Even if you haven't had a chance to write something recently, your readers will still find something new every time they visit your blog.

SETTING UP YOUR WIDGET

  • Login to your ResearchBlogging.org account, edit your blog settings, and click "Enable widget" at the top of the page.
  • Scroll down to the bottom, and you'll see an area labeled "widget settings." Select the tags you want (make sure you don't select from the "tags" section for your blog itself). You can pick whichever categories you'd like to show up in your widget on your blog.
  • Copy the code from the "embed HTML" box.
  • Save the changes (you can change these categories at any time and your blog will automatically be updated).
  • Login to your blog and paste the widget settings in your sidebar. Here are some tips for how to do this on Blogger and Wordpress.org blogs.

    WORDPRESS
    For most Wordpress blogs, you'll need to use the "text" widget. Just copy the code from ResearchBlogging.org, then login to your blog and click on "widgets" under "appearance." Click on a text widget to add, click on Edit, and paste your code in. Save the changes. Note: WordPress.com policy does not allow widgets like ours on their free blogs. You can use the widget on the downloadable version from WordPress.org that you host using your own ISP

    BLOGGER.COM
    Login to Blogger.com and click on "Layout". (if you're already logged in and viewing your blog, you'll need to click on "customize" first) Then click on "Add a Gadget" and click on "HTML/JavaScript". Paste the code in the box and click on Save.

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