New Widget! Publish your Auctacity items to your page

Good news for sellers!  We’ve just launched a new widget you can use to publish your Auctacity items right on your own home page.  Simply copy and paste the below script into the page where you want your items to show, and you’re on your way.

<div id="auctacity-widget"></div>
<script src=""

    Explanation of tags:
    NOTE: These are ADDITIVE, so setting an auction ID for an auction hosted
    by a seller other than the one specified would show no items at all

    id: REQUIRED - Must be exactly like this
    data-source-id: REQUIRED - The ID of the page object the widget contents will occupy
    data-seller: OPTIONAL - Show only items for a seller (should be set to custom seller URL ID)
    data-auction-id: OPTIONAL - Set this to a specific auction ID to just show items for that auction
    data-items: OPTIONAL - Show only specific items by adding them here separated by a comma
    data-randomize: OPTIONAL - Leave blank to order by end time.  Set to any value to randomize.


Be sure to replace the value of “data-seller” with your seller URL name, or you’ll just be showing items from all sellers.  Add an Auction ID to just show items from one auction, or add a list of items to just show those items.

Most sellers would just want to set their seller name with randomize.

This is a new feature, so we welcome feedback and improvement ideas.  This is a great way to get your items right into the face of your customers who are already looking at your web page!

Check out an example of how it looks here:

Jeremy Tharp

I built Auctacity (with my bare hands). I make the executive decisions. I produce new code. I also talk about it from time to time, and try to share with the world how awesome it is as a choice of online auction platforms.


  1. I understand the white label solution, what about inventory-do we access your own database or we must advertise from scratch to build a community of buyers and sellers?

    • Jeremy Tharp

      When you publish to a white label site, your auction can still be visible on as well, so any existing users there would be able to see it and bid.

  2. Mr. Tharp, the randomize feature is delightful.
    Moving on, I don’t understand the widget you have introduced. If I don’t have a web
    page, can one send pictures to one’s local house, in my case GNC for review. Then if
    they are accepted I can bring them in. Some are larger pieces of furniture.
    Thank you.

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