This plugin will display your customized and moderated Twitter feed from http://tidytweet.com.
TidyTweet helps keep your search-based Twitter feed free from inappropriate language, users, and content through the use of a number of
settings and filters.
If you haven’t already created an account on TidyTweet, you’ll need to go do that first. From there, you’ll need to copy the link for the “RSS Feed” and paste that into the
widget management area for the TidyTweet widget.
- Upload ‘tidytweet.php’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Add the widget to your sidebar from Appearance->Widgets and configure the Title, Tweet Count, and RSS Feed fields.
I don’t have a TidyTweet.com account. Can I still use this plugin?
No. You’ll first have to go to http://tidytweet.com/BetaSignup.aspx and signup for an account. After that, you’ll setup a feed, copy the link to that feed’s RSS feed, and paste that into the options for the TidyTweet WordPress plugin.
How do I moderate my TidyTweet feed?
- Login to your TidyTweet account.
- Click the “Moderate Feed” button next to the relevant feed.
- Click the “Approve” or “Reject” button to modify a tweet’s status.
Changes may take up to a minute to display in the WordPress widget.
Contributors & Developers
“TidyTweet” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
- Initial version.