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September 2010

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Widget Enhances Availability of Court Information


U.S. Court WidgetsFinding the address of the local federal court or learning about the latest Judiciary news just got easier, thanks to widgets available on uscourts.gov.

A widget is a piece of computer code that can be copied from uscourts.gov and easily embedded on any website, blog, or social networking page. Uscourts.gov currently offers two widgets: a news feed and direct access to the Court Locator directory.

Embedding the widget is a simple and fast process—simply visit www.uscourts.gov/widgets and click on the “Get Widget” button. Once the widget is embedded on a webpage, there’s no technical maintenance required, and the widget will provide direct access to the Court Locator or the automatically updated U.S. Courts news feed.