Lets you display a twitter feed in a sidebar widget.
Caches last successful tweet retrieval and only updates if it successfully gets a new list from Twitter.
Practically every element has a unique class so that it’s highly customizable via CSS.
There are various configuration options including:
- Twitter Username
- Max Tweets to Display
- HTML to override the View All link
- Time Placement (whether or not the timestamp should appear before or after the tweet)
- Time Format (uses PHP’s date() function for formatting)
Make sure you configure your Twitter API authentication information in WP Dashboard / Settings / GG Twitter or no tweets will be displayed.
- Removed debug message
- Added settings link to plugin page
- Updated to use the authenticated Twitter API v1.1
- Additional debug info
- Fix to cache expiration
- Added transient support with a configurable lifetime, option fallback
- Using cURL instead of simplexml_load_file as the latter was failing when the xml contained an error node
- Added Last Twitter API Error displayed on widget (global error, not per-widget)
- Added debug facility
- Changed option name from ‘twitter’ to $widget_id to avoid conflicts with other plugins
- Added ‘None’ option to Time Placement
- Fixed php shorthand tag
- Fixed spacing issue with linking @username
- Added linking for #hashtags
- Removed parsing for email addresses
- Fixed an issue where an error was occurring if there was only one tweet available
- Fixed parsing of URLs, email addresses and twitter names inside a tweet
- Updated plugin URL and readme.txt
- Added screenshot
- Updated readme.txt
- Updated twitter rss url
- Changed from using is_array() to count() with twitter rss
- First release