Twitter + Widget = Twidger
Here’s a small WordPress plugin that allows you to display messages with usernames and avatars from a Twitter search results. An easy way to display the latest tweets containing specific keywords or usernames.
This plugin reuses code from Antonio “Woork” Lupetti (Simple PHP Twitter Search ready to use in your web projects), Ryan Faerman (PHP Twitter Search API) and David Billingham.
This plugin requires cURL to be running on the server. I am NOT a programmer, if you want to fix things, suit yourself. Special thanks to Marc Boivin.
- Added a bunch of functionnalities: show/hide avatars, use one global link or not, intro/outro message, maximum tweets.
- Changed default values.
- Fixed missing directory and bugfix for incompatibility with qTranslate.
- Added cache functionnality (thanks to Marc Boivin).
- Bugfix of the missing trailing slash for the stylesheet URL.
- Initial version. This plugin is still in beta. Please leave feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Installing this plugin is easy.
- Upload the
twidgerdirectory to your
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Go to ‘Widgets’ to add the ‘Twidger’ widget in your sidebar.
- Change the settings according to what you want to display.
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