A widget is an application that displays the featured content directly on your web page. You can embed content in personalized home pages, blogs, and other sites. Once you've added the widget, there's no technical maintenance. The Emerging Infectious Diseases journal will update the content automatically.
To add a widget to your site, simply cut and paste the HTML code provided into your Web page. Above are the Emerging Infectious Diseases widgets that are currently available.
Please note: If you added an EID widget to your site before September 8, 2011, you will need to replace the widget code. The widget files were relocated and the old code will no longer work. You can find the correct code above.
Placement of the CDC.gov widget or gadget is to be used only as a marker to the CDC.gov site and a channel for CDC.gov content. The use of a widget, gadget or link does not indicate any form of endorsement or approval from CDC, or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Feedback or Technical Questions
You will need the FREE Adobe Flash Player plug-in to view much of the interactive content on this page.
Since our widgets are a new CDC.gov product, we would really appreciate your feedback. Send us your comments and suggestions for other CDC.gov topic-specific widgets: email@example.com
- Page created: September 09, 2011
- Page last updated: February 04, 2014
- Page last reviewed: February 04, 2014
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID)
Office of the Director (OD)