How to create the perfect app

Where can I get HTML code?

May 20, 2016 by Gabriel Machuret

You can create HTML code by yourself, hire a web developer or use a free HTML widget-creating service.

You can use this code as an example:

<center><div id=”digg-widget-1287402454851″>
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<a href=””>See more Music stories on</a>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
(function() { var s, s1, diggWidget = {id: “digg-widget-1287402454851”, layout: 1, colors: {hdrBg: “#1b5790”, hdrTxt: “#b3daff”, tabBg: “#4684be”, tabTxt: “#b3daff”, tabOnTxt: “#d41717”, bdyBg: “#fff”, stryBrdr: “#ddd”, lnk: “#105cb6”, descTxt: “#999999”, subHd: “#999999”}, title: “ on Digg”, width: 300, requests: [{t: “All”, p: {count: “5”, method: “story.getPopular”, topic: “”}}, {t: “Gadgets”, p: {count: “5”, method: “story.getPopular”, topic: “gadgets”}}, {t: “Industry”, p: {count: “5”, method: “story.getPopular”, topic: “tech_news”}}, {t: “World”, p: {count: “5”, method: “story.getPopular”, topic: “world_news”}}, {t: “Music”, p: {count: “5”, method: “story.getPopular”, topic: “music”}}], hide: {}, display: “tabbed”}; if (window.DiggWidget) { if (typeof DiggWidget == ‘function’) { new DiggWidget(diggWidget); } else { DiggWidget.push(diggWidget); } } else { DiggWidget = [diggWidget]; s = document.createElement(‘SCRIPT’); s.type = ‘text/javascript’; s.async = true; s.src = ‘’; s1 = document.getElementsByTagName(‘SCRIPT’)[0]; s1.parentNode.insertBefore(s, s1); } })();

For a list of HTML WYSIWYG Editors (What You See Is What You Get) and other great tools for easily generating HTML code, read our HTML Building for Non-Programmers post.