Japanese widget Bloglue

Japan widget Bloglue

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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 1st place  Blog Sidebar
Blog Sidebar
Blog Sidebar is an incredibly practical widget for blogs when you want to add extra content in your sidebar, but it is too full. The instructions are mostly in Japanese, but don't let that stop you from using it! Setup is simple. Background: choose the sidebar's background color. Textcolor: no explanation needed. Slidespeed: sliding speed of sidebar. From top to bottom, slow to fast. Tabtitle: name and add tabs. Tabcontents: paste the code for the widget/content that you want to add to the tab. After entering this information, click the button on the very bottom of the page. This will reset the code of this widget. Finally, copy the code you see and paste it to your blog or homepage. Don't forget to press that bottom button first!
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 2nd place  Fireworks widget
Fireworks widget
Put this widget on your website or blog and watch fireworks randomly flash across your screen. Although the fireworks themselves are simple, the movement is quite realistic. To get the code, please go directly to this URL and click on the display for the color fireworks you want: http://blogparts.spark-atv.com/hanabi.html
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 3rd place  Dancing hearts
Dancing hearts
Watch hearts dance and float gracefully down your page. I appreciate the hand made nature of the hearts. Code is simple to spot and use.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 4th place  Design Your Globe
Design Your Globe
A personal favorite access analysis widget. Customize a globe that shows the location of users accessing your blog or website. Customize the layout, color, and text that appears.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 5th place  Virtual Wind-Chime
Virtual Wind-Chime
A wonderful soothing addition to your webpage or blog. Free-floating or sidebar wind-chimes available. Sound can be turned on and off. To get the code, click on View widget webpage button. For the free-floating chime, easily find the code under these Japanese characters: スクリプト(フローティングタイプ) For the standard sidebar type, get the code under these characters: スクリプト(通常タイプ)  There are only these two sets of code on the webpage, so locating them is easy.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 6th place  Shining Key Board
Shining Key Board
If you are interested in learning Japanese or English, this may be of interest to you. Click on the shining keyboard and a large Japanese and English keyboard is displayed that you use only with your mouse. Some knowledge of basic Japanese is necessary. On the widget's web page, copy the code directly above the shining keyboard.
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Flowers
Virtual flowers randomly blooming. Each bloom is different from the next. The code is easy to get on the widget webpage and changing the color is easy, too.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 8th place  Google Page Rank Checker
Google Page Rank Checker
This widget displays your page's google page rank.
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A really high quality phonebook for your blog.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 10th place  Pickled Plum (Umeboshie) widget
Pickled Plum (Umeboshie) widget
An uniquely Japanese widget if you've ever seen one. Click on the pickled plum and they start dropping onto your web page. Keep clicking and they keep coming. You can also move them around. After a while a huge pickled plum will appear the Japanese asking you if your mouth is drooling yet. Just click the X box to close the screen. Lots of fun. The code is easy to spot on the widget's web page.
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