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Recent Tweets

Description

This super-simple plugin allows you to easily display the most recent Tweets from any Twitter account as a sidebar widget on your blog.

Why Use Recent Tweets Enhanced Widget?

  • Extremely Easy To Use – Just key in your Twitter username. Nothing else is needed.
  • Drag & Drop Placement – You can place your widget anywhere you want – as long as you have a widgetized theme.
  • Bug-proof – The plugin has been tested again and again, so there shouldn’t be any hair-pulling experiences!
  • Lightning-fast Modifications – Set number of tweets to display, choose where to put it, huge number of options, with just a few clicks!
  • Skyrocket your Followers – A “Followme” link (optional) can increase the number of people following you on Twitter!
  • Bigger and Badder Than Before! – Options allow you to go up to 1-20 tweets displayed!

Support:

*Want to see more features? Need Support? Post your questions in the support forum! Our homepage is at – http://wittydiary.com

Installation

  1. Upload the file recent tweets enhanced.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to Appearance > Widgets and drag ‘Recent Tweets Enhanced’ to your sidebar
  4. Update the settings in the widget: Username, # of Tweets to show, etc.

FAQ

What do I type under “Title”?

“Title” refers to your widget’s heading. If you fill in “My Recent Tweets”, it will show up as “My Recent Tweets” for your title of the sidebar widget above your tweets.

What do I type under “Your Twitter Username”?

You need to add in your Twitter username here. This plugin will then automatically pull out your most recent tweets straight from the Twitter feed.

What do I do for “Choose # of Tweets to Display”?

The recommended size is 5 tweets, but you can choose as many as you like if you have a long blog page. We’ve added display for up to 20 tweets, due to popular demand.

What do I do for “Display “Follow @[yourtwitterid]”?”

If you choose Yes, the link (Follow@yourtwitterid) will appear under your tweets. This will make it more convenient for people to follow you on Twitter with just one click.

Contributors & Developers

“Recent Tweets” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

0.1

Beta version in experiment

1.0

First stable release with bug fixes.

2.0

More bug fixes.

2.3

Increased number of options and flexibility.