team widget

So you are in charge of a sports website but not really an advanced coder? If this is the case, you might be a bit overwhelmed with the in-depth html programming knowledge base that you might need to create a team score widget. Worry no more, Scoreboards.net has done all of the hard work for you – and you can easily add a team score widget to your site, like a pro.

The first thing you need to know is the difference between a widget and a gadget. A ‘gadget’ is typically designed by a company and is considered proprietary. In other words, you can use the gadget but only on that company’s sponsored websites or pages. A ‘widget’ is designed to be easily used on any website. Unless you want to get stuck on someone else’s proprietary website with their rules, requirements (and sometimes payments), you will want to focus on a widget.

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So you are in charge of a sports website but not really an advanced coder? If this is the case, you might be a bit overwhelmed with the in-depth html programming knowledge base that you might need to create a team schedule widget. Worry no more, Scoreboards.net has done all of the hard work for you – and you can easily add a team schedule widget to your site, like a pro.

The first thing you need to know is the difference between a widget and a gadget. A ‘gadget’ is typically designed by a company and is considered proprietary. In other words, you can use the gadget but only on that company’s sponsored websites or pages. A ‘widget’ is designed to be easily used on any website. Unless you want to get stuck on someone else’s proprietary website with their rules, requirements (and sometimes payments), you will want to focus on a widget.

scoreboard widget

In the world of the internet there is an eternal evolution of terms, buzzwords and changes. One of the most popular in the last number of years has been the use of ‘widgets’ as well as ‘gadgets’. It’s often a challenge to try to keep up on these terms, but in the world of widgets and gadgets there are distinct differences between the two that can make your life easier.

A ‘gadget’ is typically designed by a company and is considered proprietary. In other words, you can use the gadget but only on that company’s sponsored websites or pages. A ‘widget’ is designed to be easily used on any website.

If you are looking to create a sport scoreboard widget for your favorite team, then you look no further. Scoreboards.net offers an easy to use and automatically configured code for your scoreboard widget, customized for your favorite teams and colors and are available for soccer, baseball, basketball, football and hockey.

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If you have been searching the net for an easy sports widget to add to your website, you have probably found a number of rather confusing and intricate widgets that typically require a lot of time and resources to add to your site. Scoreboards.net now removes the hassles from your search, with a free (and easy) sports widget, designed just for you.
Most of the widgets that are available require an in-depth knowledge of html programming. In support of our sports webmasters, our technicians have designed an easy-to-add widget that will take only minutes of your time.

Before you start, we will clarify the difference between a ‘widget’ and a ‘gadget’. This will assist you in understanding what you are looking for and what you need for your sports website. A ‘gadget’ is typically a resource tool that can be added only to specific and proprietary websites that often require specialized sponsorships. You don’t want to be tied down to any obligatory situations; a ‘gadget’ is not what you are looking for. The Scorboards.net ‘widget’ can be added to any website, with just a few easy steps and is available for your favorite football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and hockey teams.

2012 Top Hottest College Cheerleading Squads

2012 Top Hottest College Cheerleading Squads

While everyone is viewing their favorite college football teams, we must never forget the always supportive cheerleading squads. CollegeFrathouse.com has put together the list of the America’s top hottest cheerleading squads for 2012. Check out the video to see if your team’s cheerleaders are in the group. The picks are selected from colleges all over the country for their looks, performance and abilities to perform as a complete team. Every game has cheerleaders, but these are selected as the best of the best. Narrated by Harper Padilla, she adds interesting notations for each group to show off their best assets.

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NFL Celebration Dances

Every fan of football is familiar with the ever expanding and imaginative dance routines and fancy footwork of our favorite NFL players. This is a great video compilation of some of the best. Enjoy the moves, the action and the incredible flexibility demonstrated by the players, to the music of “Wham” in ‘Wake me up before you gogo”. Even a mascot gets into the game with some pretty good style! The celebration dances have become a tradition within the football sport and each player adds his own unique touch to his dance of victory.

Strangest Olympic Sports

Strangest Olympic Sports

The Olympics brought yet another year of international excellence in both sports and humanity. We watched, held our breathe and cheered for the many participants, no matter what country of origin. The Olympics has always been a symbol of world wide unity, but throughout history, there have been some sports that we just scratch our head and wonder why they were even considered. Here are a few that have been entered into the ‘what were they thinking’ category.

There are those that keep a warm spot in their hearts for the sound and feel of the old time baseball game. There is a certain feeling of stability and a down home touch that we associate with the crack of the bat against the ball and the smell of the hot dogs in the air. Whether it was a hot day game or one of the cooler evening games, you never noticed the hard wood of the bleachers, and you patiently waited as each new score was flipped on the scoreboard.

Your Dream Scoreboard and Getting it Paid For

If you are reading this, you might be the person who was given the assignment to get your school or team a new electronic scoreboard. You probably don’t have any experience in making these choices, but you have been doing your homework and have pretty much made a list of what your dream electronic scoreboard will be. This will, of course, include all of the extra accessories. Now that you have totaled it up, the cost has made you raise your eyebrows and you are wondering how it will get paid for.

The answer to your query is one word: Sponsorship.

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Ever since the first high tech, surround sound, widescreen, oversized television came out with full home entertainment abilities, there has been a battle going on. The war started out within the sports stadium world when they realized so many people were staying at home to watch the games. There is a lot of money invested in a stadium game and attendance (or lack thereof) has a direct reflection on the revenue stream that pays for everything. Stadiums had to out trump the home entertainment industry by offering flashier, better, bigger, louder, prettier sports experiences.

The era of high tech has entered into all of our worlds and now, as consumers, we have begun to expect the very best at our team games. Gone are the days of just cheering for our team. Now we need to see instant replay in sharp colorful clarity with streaming video and sponsors wildly showing and offering their particular method of player support. Each game must be a show and each show must be flashier and better than the last. Stadiums have bought into the showmanship concept and it is paying off for them, big time.