Kilovolt-Amps to Watts Calculator Widget
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Copy the HTML code and paste it into your web page editor. Some web page editors use a design or WYSIWYG mode by default, ensure you select "code" or "text" mode before pasting the HTML code to ensure the embedded content renders correctly.
If your website uses Wordpress, be sure to use enable the "code editor" first by clicking on the kabob menu in the upper right of the editor to open the tools menu, then selecting "Code Editor." Then you can paste the HTML widget code where you would like it to appear on your page.
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Other Website Editors
Most website editors and builders offer similar functionality to add custom HTML code to your site. Most providers offer help content with information on how to add custom HTML or embed code to your website.
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Use of this FREE widget is subject to the following terms and conditions.
We strive to ensure every calculator works perfectly, but widgets are provided on an as-is basis and functionality is not guaranteed.
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