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Add a Google calendar to your website

You can add an interactive version of your calendar to your website, and add buttons for your website visitors to save your calendar events.

Embed a calendar on your website

  1. On a computer, open Google Calendar. You can only get the code to embed in your website from a computer, not the Google Calendar app. 
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. On the left side of the screen, click the name of the calendar you want to embed.
  4. In the “Integrate calendar” section, copy the iframe code displayed. 
  5. Under the embed code, click Customize.
  6. Choose your options, then copy the HTML code displayed.

Your embedded calendar will only be visible to people you’ve shared it with. To allow all visitors to see your calendar, you’ll need to make it public.

Let site visitors save a calendar event

You can add a Google Calendar button to your website so

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How To Add Desktop Gadgets In Windows 10?

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This tutorial explains how to add desktop gadgets in Windows 10. In the long course of its (continued) development over the past couple of years, the Windows line of Operating Systems has seen a lot of changes being made to it, making each subsequent version of Windows better than its predecessor(s). However, while most of these changes have been in the form of new enhancements and additions, there are some that have entailed the removal of some features, both big and small, as well.

One such interesting feature, that I’m sure everyone who’s ever worked with Windows Vista or 7 will remember are Desktop Gadgets. Offering a unique take on customization, the Desktop Gadgets were small widgets that you could place anywhere on the desktop, and offered a ton of information, ranging from the current temperature to stock alerts. However, despite being useful

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How to Add Gadgets Back to Windows 8 and 10 (and Why You Probably Shouldn’t)

Desktop gadgets and the Windows Sidebar were a big hallmark feature in Windows Vista and Windows 7. But Microsoft removed desktop gadgets, and you won’t find them in Windows 8 or 10.

Windows Desktop Gadgets Were Discontinued Because They’re a Security Risk

There’s a reason these were discontinued in Windows 8 and 10: Microsoft’s desktop gadget platform has a variety of security problems. That’s not just our opinion–that’s what Microsoft says.

Microsoft’s official security advisory on the subject explains two big problems. First, Microsoft says it’s aware of legitimate desktop gadgets that contain security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers. Attackers could exploit a vulnerability in a gadget to gain control over your entire computer, if you’re signed on as a user account with administrator privileges.

Second, your computer could be compromised if an attacker creates a malicious gadget and gets you to install it. Install a gadget and

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Core Temp Gadget 2.8



This is a sidebar gadget for Windows Vista and 7 for use in conjunction with Core Temp. There is not much to say about it,
I think the screenshot speaks for itself.

the gadget requires Core Temp 0.99 or higher to be running for it to work.
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Core Temp Gadget

Core Temp Remote Server


This plug-in allows applications to connect over a network to Core Temp and recieve updates on

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