This page shows the various widgets that are available for use with the true random number service RANDOM.ORG. They allow you to put some of RANDOM.ORG's functionality on your own site.
This widget gives visitors to your site the possibility of generating true random numbers using RANDOM.ORG's Integer Generator without leaving your site. You can customize the widget with your own colours, choose your own text labels and set the available integer range. The Integer Widget Wizard will produce a snippet of HTML that you can put on your web page.
This widget gives a summary of a drawing held using RANDOM.ORG's Third-Party Draw Service that you can put on your site. This means your entrants can see the result of your drawings without leaving your site. (They can still go to RANDOM.ORG to verify the result if they want.) You can customize the widget with your own colours and set its preferred size. The Draw Widget Wizard will produce a snippet of HTML that you can put on your web page.
If you use iGoogle, then this widget (which Google calls a ‘gadget’) can be added to your iGoogle home page and help you generate random passwords using RANDOM.ORG's String Generator. While the passwords are fetched over a secure connection and are very hard to guess, it is still good practice not to trust others (including RANDOM.ORG) to generate your passwords when it's really important. Hence, don't use them for your online bank or PayPal.