Select a widget
  • Results
  • Faceted Search
  • Related Documents
  • Sentiment Analysis
  • Faceted Sentiment Analysis
  • Visual Sentiment Analysis
  • Hot Topics
  • Hot Topics by Facet
  • Document Types
  • Sections
  • Sections/Subsections
  • Document Sources
  • Twitter
  • Javascript Widgets
Non-widget container
  • Facet Filter
  • Search Counter
  • Pagination

Meet our widgets

A content widget is a piece of dynamic content that can be placed into a web page. OpenText Semantic Navigation serves these pieces of dynamic content in XML, JSON and other formats, so that they can be easily integrated into a search & discovery application using the templating engine. Themes like those available in the Theme Library are in effect, aggregations of widgets.

Three easy steps to meet our widgets

  • Select a widget in the list at your left.

  • Choose the look for the selected widget.

  • Look at the rendering and copy/paste widget call snippet in your theme.

Using widgets allows you to:

  • Shorten the integration cycle by using pre-packaged widgets.
  • Leverage the built-in caching mechanism that offers better performance & usability.
  • Make use of a supported and standardized framework to build your search & discovery application.
  • Integrate widgets provided through the OTSN Community or create new widgets for specific needs.
  • Leverage embedded queries optimized for best performance and relevancy.
  • Consume results that are easier to manage and integrate into an existing application.
  • Natively consume results in different formats (XML, Json, HTML.)
  • Profit from new widgets introduced with new product release.

The widget collection presented in this guide is packaged with OpenText Semantic Navigation and is required for the Theme Library to function correctly. You can add widgets to a new or existing theme, and configure them to yield different behaviors. If you do not find what you need in the provided widgets, you can also create your own using our User Library mechanism – Take a look at our sample widget documentation to see how this is done. You can also browse the Widget Guide to get ideas about new ways to present your content.