Live Gold Price Widget

Live gold prices aren’t just useful for ecommerce sites anymore. You can use the same code to add live pricing to any page or post on your WordPress site.

The best part about loading the live price widget is it doesn’t require any additional plugins. There’s no extra coding required, and there’s nothing else you’ll need to install.

You don’t even need to change the theme or style. If you’re already using a template like Twenty Ten or Twenty Eleven, you can simply copy and paste the HTML into your posts and pages.

If you want to learn how to do this yourself, here are some instructions:

1. Open up your editor of choice. For example, I’m using Visual Studio Code, but Dreamweaver works too.

2. 3. In the “New project” dialog box, select Blank Page

Displaying the gold spot price widget

There are three ways to add a live price widget to a webpage:

1. Call the constructor directly.

2. Create a custom version of the widget by extending it.

3. Use a third party library like ReactLivePriceWidget.

Live gold price widget initialization options

The Live Price Widget allows you to show gold prices in different units, such as grams, pounds, etc. For example, if you sell products online, you might want to let customers know how much something costs in grams or pounds. To do this, you can use the Live Price Widget.

This tutorial explains how to initialize the Live Price Widget to display prices in different units.


Gold Price Widget

This widget is free and easy-to-install. You don’t even need to register to use it. Just copy and paste the code into your HTML editor and you’re good to go.

The widget displays the price of Gold per ounce. If you want to change the currency, just select another one.

You can choose how many columns you’d like to show.

If you want to see the latest price, simply refresh the page.

If you want an hourly update, set the interval to “hourly”.

And finally, if you want to keep the widget running while you’re away, check out our “Auto Refresh” option.

1. Customize Your Widget

To customize your widget, just cut and paste the code above into your site’ s HTML code. You can change the text and color of the widget, as well as add additional widgets.

The widget displays data from Yahoo Finance. If you want to use another source, simply replace “Yahoo!” with the name of your choice.

Embed code

A widget is a small piece of code that adds functionality to your webpages. You can embed code into your blog posts, social media sites, email newsletters, etc.

There are many different ways to insert a code snippet into your site. Some are better suited for certain types of content while others are good for everything.

GetCode makes it easier to add a code snippet anywhere on your site. With just one click, you can easily add a code snippet to any page on your site.

You don’t even need to know anything about HTML. All you do is copy and paste the code snippet into the text editor.

With over 40 different languages supported, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to find a language that works best for your needs.

If you want to make sure that your code snippet doesn’t break anything else on your site, you can preview what it’ll look like before adding it to your site.

This feature is completely free to use.