Add Stump The Ump to your site with our free widget. The widget will grab a random set of answers from the site. If you know how to include onto your page you can just grab the URL below. If you need to include it in an iFrame, the code is there, too.
If you have questions about how to implement this on your site, contact us and we'll give you a hand.
URL to the widget, for Wordpress, for example (default - 300 pixels wide):
William Angst from Tamaqua, PA asks:
A batted fly ball hits the top of the center field fence and goes over. Is it a home run?
Yes, this is a home run
Lance Salmi from Saugerties, NY asks:
There are runners on second and third when a batted ball hits third base and goes out of play. Where do runners and batter end up?
This ... (more)
Pete from Dallas, TX asks:
We can't figure out how to score this, can you help? Batter swings at 3rd strike, catcher drops it, batter beats the throw to first. How do you score each side ... (more)
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When it's added to the site, there are three settings you can use to modify the presentation:
limit (default = 3)
width (default = 300)
recent (default = no)
To use these settings, the URL will change to look like this to show the most recent answer at a width of 728 pixels:
<iframe width="300" height="255" style="border:none;" src="http://stumptheump.com/answers/widget.php?limit=2&width=300" scrolling="no"></iframe>