Unfortunately, in an effort to control costs and
consolidate products, MySpace parent company Fox
Interactive Media is shuttering the SpringWidgets (which
launched in 2006) and Flektor (acquired in 2007) widget platforms.
Therefore, the widgets we previously created no longer work.
The fashion widgets that we had described below do
NOT work anymore. At this point their is NO need to
add these to your website. This page is now for historical reference
Here is an example of a Fashion Widget. This
particular widget is a method for website owners (fashion blogs, fashion
websites etc.) to put fashion news onto their own website. This
widget contains news from the Fashion Newspaper website (another site
owned by the Apparel Search Company).
If you want to add the fashion widget to the
left onto your website, you can cut and paste the following code
into your website editor.
If you want to add this
fashion news widget to your MySpace account, you can use the
following code and place it in your profile.
Note: you can change the height and width
of the news box by updating that section of the code (it is a
bit hard to find, but you will find in the code above "width"
and "height". Just change the numbers after those words to
change the size... Sorry, we do not provide any more
support in this regard. You are on you own... If you
can not figure out the method, just do not use the widget.
Search for additional
information about Apparel, Fashion or Clothing.
What is a Widget:
In computer programming, a widget (or control) is an interface
element that a computer user interacts with, such as a window or a text
box. Widgets are sometimes qualified as virtual to distinguish them from
their physical counterparts, e.g. virtual buttons that can be clicked
with a mouse cursor, vs. physical buttons that can be pressed with a
finger. Widgets are often packaged together in widget toolkits.
Programmers use widgets to build graphical user interfaces (GUIs).