How to Insert a Website Preview in a WordPress Widget
A website preview is the first impression a visitor will have of your website. You want to ensure that this is a good one. To do this, you can use HTML in a WordPress widget to display a preview of a website. However, you must know a few things first.
The Preloader Script Tags
The first thing you will need to do is to place the
preload script at the end of the
head section of your website. This means that the browser will first load and execute all the code in the
head section before it loads and displays the page. The
preload script was originally designed to preload resources for older versions of Internet Explorer. However, it has been found to work for Safari and Chrome as well. Now that you have enabled the script, you can create an image gallery or a section of a website where images are displayed. When a visitor clicks on an image, their browser will fetch the corresponding URL and load the image into their computer.
Creating an Image Gallery
To create an image gallery, you will need to put
<img> tags around a set of images you want to include in your gallery. The
<img> tags should have a
src attribute that links to an image on your site. For example:
<img src="https://www.example.com/my-images/image1.jpg" />
The example above will display an image from your site named image1.jpg. You can use the same technique to add as many images as you want. When a visitor clicks on an image in the gallery, their browser will load and display that image on their screen.
Inserting a Website Preview in a WordPress Widget
Now that you have enabled the
preload script and have created an image gallery, it’s time to put it to use. You can do this by inserting an
<iframe> tag with a
src attribute into your WordPress widget.
<iframe> tag will allow you to display content from a different site, while keeping your own website’s URL. When a visitor clicks on an image in your widget, the
preload script will fetch the URL of the image and load it in the browser. In addition to images, you can use the
<iframe> tag to display any type of content you want. If you want to display a preview of a website, you can use this tag. When a visitor clicks on a link or an image in your widget, their browser will load and display that site’s content.
One Last Thing
If you are using an older version of Internet Explorer, you will need to add the
preload script to each
<a> tag in your widget as well. This is because older versions of Internet Explorer do not support HTML5 and will not execute the
preload script when it is added to a