Rendering the Results as HTML
Using the results to render the widget requires an HTML file and the GoogleAPI.js file. Because the GoogleAPI object is self-contained, there are no other files that need to be included, but we do need to create the div element with the gblogs id, so that the object knows where to write the HTML (Listing 3).
Listing 3: The HTML File Is Used as the Web Page Where the GoogleAPI Object Renders the Widget (index.html)
You’ll also notice that I’ve included a CSS file called googleapi.css. The nice thing about creating a custom widget is that you can create your own HTML layout and use your own CSS for the design.