Google Homepage Gadgets are an easy way to add functionality and custom features to your Google homepage. They allow you to customize the look and feel of your homepage, as well as add extra components that may be useful to you. Creating a Google Homepage Gadget is simple, and with just a few steps you can have a fully functional gadget up and running in no time.
To start, you will need to have access to the Google Developer Console. You can access this by going to the main page and then clicking “Developers” at the top of the page. Once in the console, click “Create Project” in the left-hand sidebar and give it a name. After creating a project, you’ll need to open it up so that you can start developing your gadget.
Once in the project console, click “Create Gadget” on the left-hand side of the page. This will bring up a form where you can enter information about your gadget such as its title, description, author URL and screenshot URL. Once these details have been filled out, click “Save & Publish”. This will publish your gadget on the Developer Console so that others can see it or use it.
Finally, click “Gadget Preview” from within the project console once all of your coding is complete. This will generate a preview image of what your gadget should look like on Google’s homepage when it’s published (as long as everything has been set up correctly). If everything looks good then simply click “Publish” at the bottom right corner of the screen – this will make sure everyone who visits your site can see it!