Make your own Votes-Like-Dutton-O-Meter

Here you can make your own customised Votes-Like-Dutton-O-Meter or use the standard random meter which compares a random politician to Dutton every 20 seconds.

Code to include on your page for random widget
Code to include on your page for specific pol widget
First pick a politician:

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How to include widgets on your page

It is very easy to include a widget into your page. But if you have the slightest problem please don't hesitate to get in touch and we'll happily help.


Using Wordpress is the most common scenario - usually you'll be putting the widget into a sidebar; but the process is the same wherever you choose to place the widget.

  1. In your Wordpress admin section go to the ‘Appearance’ menu on the left of the screen and choose ‘Widgets’.
  2. From the ‘Available widgets’ list select ‘Custom HTML’ and drag it to the right of the screen, fitting it in under the Sidebar, or other section, where you want the widget to appear.
  3. Give your widget area a title. The title may well depend on where you want to include one or more widgets. It is up to you.
  4. Next, you are going to be putting the HTML code for the widget into the ‘Content’ box below the title.
    1. Find the widget you are interested in on this page and copy the code using the ‘Copy code’ button.
    2. Return to your Wordpress page and paste (ctrl-v, or right-click Paste) the code into the ‘Content’ box.
    3. Press ‘Save’.

Other web pages

If you’re not using Wordpress you’ll need to decide where to put the widget and then copy the code for the widget into your page. The widgets default to take up the available width so you might need to put them intro a container ( a <div> for example) and set a width for that container.