This is code that I will kindly let anyone use. It only works with
public twitter accounts, however, but it is perfect for placing on any web page.
have the Inclusion of the File (can only be included once per page). Then the HTML for where the Twitter
id="twitFeed">Optional Placeholder Text</div>
free to use this code anywhere you want to. It is my gift to you!
script for further tweaking.
February 24, 2008.
Support for twitter lists and
turled profiles has been added to the script. Your script might break with these
changes, please view the post for more information.
October 30, 2009.
Great Script - curently in use at http://webchick.org/.ReplyDelete
I had no
problems whatsoever with the install and instructions (although they are geared at the clueful) ... however
you are missing two quote marks ...
One after -
and one here -
worked great! Thank you so much for this script!
Thank you so much, this is brilliant.ReplyDelete
And nice and simple which is
just what I needed.
You are awesome!
I know it says it can only include the file once per page, but is there any possibleReplyDelete
way to display two feeds?
of the first feed).
I haven't tried this, however, and I don't normally recommend it
(and I will not support any bugs it creates).
But go ahead and try, if you want to ^.^
First of all (I should have said this in my first comment) this script is amazing.ReplyDelete
Compared to some other ones I tried, it's so much simpler and just an excellent solution. So good job.
like? I won't hold you responsible for anything that goes wrong. :)
Thanks for the
Wow, thanks a ton for making this available! Turns out, this is a fantastic way to useReplyDelete
Twitter Feeds in a Joomla Wrapper. Twitter killed the use of iframes and this gets me around that.
Working on formatting it, but this is a fantastic little script!
Thank you for the code. I'm now using this script on my page atReplyDelete
http://www.justwritestl.com and it's great.
I love this code, It feeds my tweets, but i can not get it to format for the life ofReplyDelete
me, It also has a bullet in front of my tweet. Can anyone help me with my formating issues, as far as the
code feeding and working correctly, not a problem works fine.
Bitchin' code! One question how could I make it instead of feeding a userReplyDelete
feeding a topic i.e. "dogs" or whatever?
I'm using it on www.wickcopy.com. Thanks!ReplyDelete
You can disable the little bullet point by using CSS on the List:ReplyDelete
I just used it on the new weblog I designed for myself, simple and does
its even needed) [...]
[...] I had resumed working on the Simple Twitter Feed, and decided to make someReplyDelete
improvements after reading Dave Winer’s "What am I up [...]
i was having an issue with this feed pulling old tweets, mainly from
the day i ftp'd it
i fixed it by changing this
if(file_exists("twitter_$user.json") && date("i",filemtime("twitter_$user.json")) mktime() )
this can help someone else
I think some of the code you posted in the comment was stripped out. The code that youReplyDelete
date("i",filemtime("twitter_$user.json")) < date("i")+4
designed as a cache system, to only pull a file if it was less than 5 minutes old (because of rate
If you don't want to cache it, you can probably pull out the entire file
This is cool - I needed to add a twitter feed with no issues and minimal coding --ReplyDelete
thanks for letting the public use this.
This is great. Is there anyway of changing the font style & colour?ReplyDelete
This really shouldn't be used anymore.. but yeah.. use CSS.ReplyDelete
first of all thanks for the code. very easy and very handy!
but unfortunately i have some problems with it.
on mac (firefox & safari) it
shows a small vertical scrollbar for every single tweet, which i can't remove via css (overflow:auto or
similar). do you have any idea what else i could try?
and is it possible to customise the space
between the tweets?
This code is no longer supported. I recommend using Twitter's API.ReplyDelete