Adds a Live Twitter Widget using jQuery-tweetMachine
First go to the plugin configuration page(Settings->TweetMachine) and scroll down to the "Customization" section. Here you will find the "Use plugin CSS" option. Uncheck this. Then I would recommend you to copy the the default CSS(you find it by clicking "Default file") to your theme. This will be a good starting point for your modifications in most cases. You can ether copy the CSS and paste it into your themes style.css or you can create a new file and include it with the following line somewhere in your theme's functions.php:
wp_enqueue_style( 'TweetMachine-custom-style', get_template_directory_uri().'/path/to/tweet_machine.css' );
Use the "Custom markup" field. Documentation for this is on the configuration page.
The recommended way to do this is to add the URL to your replacement script on the configuration page. This actually makes it possible continue to use the configuration page as it is!
tweetMachineData object. See the default loader for more details.
The other not recommended option is to disable the script loading in the plugin completely and load the script yourself. If you do this and want to access the options, use "tweetMachine-widget-script" as the script handle in the
For latest documentation, see the jQuery Tweet Machine GitHub page.