Using our News Feed System you may customise an NZ Herald feed reader widget to suit your needs for embedding in your blog or webpage.
Choose the feed you require from the Available Feeds box on the left, and customise the colour scheme and fonts using the Links, Timestamps and Block tabs.
Your changes will be reflected in the Preview panel at the lower left. Once you are satisfied with your customisation, click into the Generated Code textbox, and copy and paste the code into your web page or blog source code at the point that you want it to appear.
Get the business news straight to your desktop the instant it hits
Now you can get all the latest, breaking business news delivered straight to your desktop with the nzherald.co.nz Business Widget.
Download it now for free and you can receive headlines from all major business areas - business, analysis, economy, markets, currency, trade, personal finance, small business and management - so there's something of interest to everyone.
And it's simple to use. Just select the areas that you're interested in and you'll receive the latest headlines straight to your desktop the very instant it hits.
2. Start the Business Widget by double-clicking the blue 'H' icon on your desktop
Add the Business Widget to your Quick Launch Bar
Click and drag the Business Widget icon onto the left-hand side of your Task Bar as per the image below.
Now you can access the Business Widget whenever you like.
If you have an old version of the Business Widget, simply delete the green icon to uninstall it.
Having problems downloading your Widget? (For PC Users only)
Your computer security settings may be preventing you from using our Business Widget or Sports Widget auto-install option.
To download and install your Widget manually (saving to your Desktop) please follow the instructions below:
- Click this link to download
- If prompted to Open or Save the download, select to Open with WinZip.
- WinZip will open displaying the Widget file
- Click the Extract button
- Select your Desktop as the file location, and click Extract
- Once extracted you can start the Widget by double-clicking the 'H' icon on your Desktop