How to Install a Newsticker Widget on Blogger

Hello and welcome to GetWebinfo.Com. Here on this post you can be able to find out Latest Newsticker Widget on Blogger. This time i will share a great tip with you that How to Install a Newsticker Widget on Blogger. I Share the newsticker widget because there is a request from Blogger friend and incidentally yesterday i updated the origin SEO pro template, so there is no harm in me i share one of the Pro features of the template because the source code blog demo feature intentionally open for resins for posting this.

Hello and welcome to GetWebinfo.Com. Here on this post you can be able to find out Latest Newsticker Widget on Blogger. This time i will share a great tip with you that How to Install a Newsticker Widget on Blogger. I Share the newsticker widget because there is a request from Blogger friend and incidentally yesterday i updated the origin SEO pro template, so there is no harm in me i share one of the Pro features of the template because the source code blog demo feature intentionally open for resins for posting this.

The Main function of this widget is to display a list of some of the latest articles with slide animations, almost the same as the recent post widget, but only in the form of the title of the post. Okay just go ahead, Following are the steps on How to Install a newsticker Widget on Blogger.

Install NewsTicker Widget on Blogger

First of all open Blogger> Click the Theme menu and the Edit HTML button> Then add this CSS code before </head>
<style type='text/css'>
/* Breaking News */
#breakingwrapper{position:relative;background-color:#fff;color:#ccc;display:block;margin:20px auto 0 auto;overflow:hidden;border-radius:5px;box-shadow:0 2px 3px -2px rgba(0,0,0,0.1)}#breakingnews{width:100%;max-width:990px;display:block;margin:0 auto;line-height:42px;height:42px;overflow:hidden;font-size:13px;padding:0}#breakingnews .tulisbreaking{background:#e74c3c;color:#fff;display:block;padding:0 15px;font-size:13px;font-weight:600;height:28px;line-height:28px;float:left;margin:7px 14px 0 7px;text-align:center;border-radius:3px}#recentbreaking{float:left;margin:0;font-size:13px;color:#222;font-weight:600}#recentbreaking ul,#recentbreaking li{list-style:none;margin:0;padding:0}#recentbreaking li a{color:#222}#recentbreaking li a:hover{color:#222;text-decoration:underline}.blog-date{display:inline-block;float:right;margin:0 20px 0 0;font-size:13px;border-radius:2px;cursor:pointer}#recentbreaking li i{margin:0 10px 0 0}
@media screen and (max-width:768px) {
#breakingwrapper{background-color:#e74c3c;color:#fff;margin:10px auto 20px auto;border-radius:0}#breakingnews{padding:0 20px;color:#fff;overflow:hidden;text-overflow:ellipsis}#recentbreaking{color:#fbc531;text-align:center;float:none;margin:0 auto}#breakingnews .tulisbreaking .breakhidden,#breakingnews .tulisbreaking{display:none}#recentbreaking li a,#recentbreaking li a:hover{color:#fff}}
</style>
Next Step to add the code just below right before </body>

<script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
// Breaking News
$(document).ready(function(){var e="https://www.getwebinfo.com/",t=10;$.ajax({url:""+e+"/feeds/posts/default?alt=json-in-script&amp;max-results="+t,type:"get",dataType:"jsonp",success:function(e){function t(){$("#recentbreaking li:first").slideUp(function(){$(this).appendTo($("#recentbreaking ul")).slideDown()})}var n,r,a="",i=e.feed.entry;if(void 0!==i){a="<ul>";for(var l=0;l<i.length;l++){for(var s=0;s<i[l].link.length;s++)if("alternate"==i[l].link[s].rel){n=i[l].link[s].href;break}r=i[l].title.$t,a+='<li><i class="fa fa-check-square"></i><a href="'+n+'" target="_blank">'+r+"</a></li>"}a+="</ul>",$("#recentbreaking").html(a),setInterval(function(){t()},5e3)}else $("#recentbreaking").html("<span>There nothing here?</span>")},error:function(){$("#recentbreaking").html("<strong>Error Loading Feed!</strong>")}})});
//]]>
</script>
Note: Change the code marked with your blog address and change the number 10 according to the number of posts you want to display.


Well, then add the code below freely anywhere as long as it's still in the body between <body> and </body> as in the previous post.

<div id='breakingwrapper'>
   <div id='breakingnews'>
     <span class='tulisbreaking'>News Update<span class='breakhidden'/></span>
      <div id='recentbreaking'>Loading...</div>
      <div class='blog-date'>
         <script language='Javascript'>
            var dayName = new Array(&quot;Sunday&quot;, &quot;Monday&quot;, &quot;Tuesday&quot;, &quot;Wednesday&quot;, &quot;Thursday&quot;, &quot;Friday&quot;, &quot;Saturday&quot;);
            var monName = new Array(&quot;January&quot;, &quot;February&quot;, &quot;March&quot;, &quot;April&quot;, &quot;May&quot;, &quot;June&quot;, &quot;July&quot;, &quot;August&quot;, &quot;September&quot;, &quot;October&quot;, &quot;November&quot;, &quot;December&quot;);
            var now = new Date();
            document.write(&quot;&quot; + &quot; &quot; + dayName[now.getDay()] + &quot;,&quot; + &quot; &quot; + now.getDate() + &quot; &quot; + monName[now.getMonth()] + &quot;&quot;);
         </script>
      </div>
   </div>
</div>
<div class='clear'/>



After doing these all step you can save your Blogger template and see the result. I Hope this widget work really well on to your template. Hope you like this article and thanks for reading my article.