The CJO Widget provides a single interaction point with Cambridge Journals Online directly from your blog, "start page," or a social networking site. After placing the widget in your blog or start page, or your favourite social networking site, you will be able to run quick search from that page on the content of all Cambridge Journals, or select a specific journal to run the search on. The results will display in a new window or tab of your browser.
To download the widget, please click on the link CJO Widget. A new page will be open in a new window or tab of your browser. Click button 'Get the widget'. You may copy and paste the code to embed it in your page.
You may input a search term in the search box and press the button 'Search'. A Quick Search will be run on the term on all Cambridge Journals and the results will display in a new window or tab of your browser.
Alternatively, you may select a journal from the drop-down-menu 'Search Journal Contents', input a search term in the search box below and press the button 'Go'. A search will be run on the term within the specific journal's content and the results will display in a new window or tab of your browser.
For some Journals, a journal-specific widget may also be available. For journals that have this widget, a link for it will appear toward the bottom right of the journal's home page. Look for the link that says "CJO Widget" and is followed by the journal's title in parentheses. The journal-specific widget gives you the option of searching just that journal or the whole of Cambridge Journals Online, similar to the general CJO Widget. The journal-specific widget will also display links to the abstracts of articles recently published in that journal.
To download the journal-specific widget, click on the link for it. A new page will be open in a new window or tab of your browser. Click button 'Get the widget' and select the blogging service you use or the site you want to add the widget to. Click 'Add widget' and follow steps required by your blogging services or the site you've chosen. Alternatively, you may copy and paste the code to embed it in your page.