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Sunday, February 17, 2008
One of the new cool features Mac OS X Leopard is the ability to define a section of any webpage as a Widget. Here is how:
Open Safari by clicking its icon in the dock.
Navigate to the web page you would like to create a widget from. We of course will type http://www.iClarified.com into the Address Bar.
Select Open in Dashboard... from Safari's File Menu.
Your cursor will change to a white box. Move this white box over the webpage area you would like to create a widget from. Click to select the area.
If the area isn't perfectly selected, use the handles on the box to drag it to fit the desired area perfectly.
Click the Apply button at the top right of the screen.
The selected area will now appear as a widget on your dashboard. You can drag and place it wherever you choose.
The links are active which makes this a really useful shortcut.
Posted by -Administration- at 6:02 PM