Create a Web Clip widget on Mac
You can make a portion of your favourite web page into a Web Clip widget and add it to Dashboard. When the web page’s content is updated, your Web Clip widget is also updated. When you click a Web Clip widget in Dashboard, the web page you used to create it opens.
Before you begin, make sure Dashboard is turned on in Mission Control preferences.
In Safari on your Mac, go to the web page you want to make into a widget.
Choose File > Open in Dashboard.
Move the highlighted rectangle to the portion of the web page you want to make into a widget, then click the rectangle.
Adjust the widget outline as needed.
To reposition the highlighted portion, drag it. To resize it, drag the circular handles on its edges.
Click Add in the banner along the top of the page.
Dashboard appears and loads your Web Clip.
To customise the widget, move the pointer over its lower-right corner, then click the Info button .
You can change these options:
Theme: Choose a look for the widget.
Only play audio in Dashboard: If your widget is a sound clip, select this tickbox if you want the sound to stop playing when you close Dashboard.
Edit: To resize the widget or reposition the content, click Edit. Drag the content around to reposition it, then drag the Web Clip’s lower-right corner to resize it.
A Web Clip widget remains in Dashboard until you remove it. If you remove a Web Clip widget, the only way to get it back is to create it again.
You can create as many Web Clip widgets as you want.