The Streetbank Widget
If you have a blog or a website, you could put a neighbourhood Streetbank widget on your page. It's very simple to do, you only need to add one line of code in the place where you want to put the widget. It can be as tall or as wide as you like, and will use the same styling as your website.
How to use the widget
To Use the widget you need to cut and paste one line of HTML code at the location where you want the widget to appear. The line below will show all the latest items on Streetbank:
<script id='streetbank-widget' src='https://www.streetbank.com/widget.js'></script>
Showing things in your area
You can personalise the widget to show things in your neighbourhood, like so:
<script id='streetbank-widget' src='https://www.streetbank.com/widget.js?user_id=12345'></script>
If you log in your user id will be displayed here, and the snippet above will be customised to you.
Other ways to use the widget
There are plenty of other options as well. You can specify lat and lng (latitude and longitude) values if you want to cover a whole area. You can also specify a radius, which change be either 1, 5 or 10, measured in miles.
Do please contact us if you'd like help with this, or if you'd like to request a feature.
What it looks like
Here's an example of a real Streetbank widget which could go in a sidebar on your site: