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Google gadget XML code

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by sid_tech, Apr 14, 2010.

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    sid_tech Thread Starter

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    Hi

    I am trying to generate a xml script to create a simple Google gadget.
    A gadget with an image so that if anyone clicks on that image it redirects to my website

    I have no idea about coding .... somehow managed to get a little bit done
    I have generated a code but its not working.

    The similar thing is already done here but I want to change the image to a better image

    My friend did it for me but now he is out of town.
    I am told it will help me for SEO.

    ====================================================================================
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

    <Module>
    <ModulePrefs title="Online Technician"/>
    <Content type="html">
    <p><a target="_blank" title="onlinetechnician" href="http://www.onlinetechnician.net"><img alt="onlinetechnician" src="http://www.onlinetechnician.net/images/ot.jpg" style="vertical-align: top;" height="171" width="350" /></a></p>
    </Content>
    </Module>
    =====================================================================================
     
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