Whip Count Widgets for your Website
This page contains technical information for webmasters who want to put two types of widgets to track public whip counts.
This widget displays all the public whip counts that we are conducting on the Act on Principles website (with Act On Principles logo). See it at the left sidebar of this page. Your visitors can choose the public whip count that they want to check via a drop down menu at the top of the widget. The widget links to the appropriate page in ActOnPrinciples.org where the details of each public whip count are available, such as sponsors, yes, leaning yes, neutral, leaning no, no, and unknown positions of each member of Congress if known.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING THE UNIVERSAL WHIP COUNT WIDGET ON YOUR WEBSITE
Cut and paste the code below to place the Universal Widget in your website. The title bill will be ENDA in the Senate. With a drop down menu for other pieces of legislation
This widget tracks only a specific whip count for a specific piece of LGBT legislation. It is appropriate for websites and postings focused on one bill only. Below is an example of a dedicated widget for DOMA Repeal in the US House of Representatives. There is no title for the widget, however it does link to the relevant page on Act On Principles:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING DEDICATED WHIP COUNT WIDGETS ON YOUR WEBSITE
Cut and paste the code below to place each dedicated widget. Note the line 116|175:125. The first number (116) represents the code for each whip count; the second number (175) is the width of the widget and the third number (125) is its length. Modify them as appropriate. Please replace the code (116) for a whip count by the following number:
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