Gold & Silver Price Widget for your Website

Our new widget is completely built-in Javascript and uses CSS3 animation. It offers you a live precious metals price feed without having to load another web page.

We offer two different versions of our widget, one which works well on mobile devices too. There are many ways to use it on your website. You can choose between either an iFrame version or JavaScript version.

The widget features:

* A live prices feed for Gold & Silver

* An embedded chart showing current spot gold and silver prices

* Two ways to display the widget: Either via an iFrame or via JavaScript

Gold Price Widget

The Gold Price Widget displays the current price of gold on your site. You can choose whether you want it to display the current spot price, or the 24 hour average. If you use multiple currencies, you can set the currency used in the widget.

You can easily change the look of the widget by changing the CSS file included in the zip archive.

1. Customize Your Widget

To customize your widget, simply paste the following code into the HTML editor of your WordPress dashboard.

If you have any questions about the widget or if there is anything we can do to help, feel free to reach out to us via our Contact Us form.

Widget 1 (Javascript)

A widget is an interactive element (JavaScript) that allows you to add additional information or functionality to your website. Widgets are usually placed on blogs, social media websites, and news websites. They allow visitors to interact with your site without having to leave it. You can use widgets to display weather forecasts, stock quotes, RSS feeds, calendar events, and much more.


– A Widget Code Generator & Manager For WordPress”Get Code” is a free plugin that generates custom codes for widgets. You can use it to generate codes for different types of widgets including recent posts, latest comments, latest tweets, etc.

You can manage all your generated codes easily with “Get Code”. There are many options like sorting, filtering, exporting, etc.

The plugin supports both shortcodes and HTML code.


* Generate Codes for Widgets

* Sort/Filter Codes

* Export Codes

* Shortcode support

Widget 2 (iFrame)

The second version of our widget is now live. You can use it to display your latest blog posts in a sidebar. To add it to your site, just copy the code below into your theme’s functions.php file. If you want to learn how to build your own WordPress widgets, check out our guide here.

Embed code

Code snippets are pieces of text that appear inside boxes on websites. They are used to show information like how many likes a Facebook fanpage has received, what a product costs, or how much money a donation has raised. Code snippets make it easier for readers to interact with a website and helps keep the reader engaged.

A code snippet is usually embedded directly into a webpage. This makes it possible for anyone to use a code snippet without installing anything extra. However, there are some limitations to this method. For example, you cannot change the size of the box where the code snippet appears. Also, you cannot change the color of the background behind the code snippet.

There are also several third party tools that let you insert a code snippet into a webpage. These include WordPress plugins such as Embed Code and Social Counter.

The best thing about code snippets is that they are simple to use. All you need to do is copy and paste the code into the body of a webpage. If you want to customize the appearance of a code snippet, you can simply edit the code itself.