To access the settings page, navigate to the WordPress Plugins page and click Settings next to the Twig (plugin must be activated for this to appear).
- Twitter Username - The username (not e-mail) that is associated with your Twitter account.
- Twitter Password - The password that is associated with your Twitter account.
- Refresh Interval - The time in minutes between updating the cache from Twitter (do not set this number too low, else you risk being banned by Twitter). Recommended: 30 minutes.
- Tweet limit between posts - If you tweet more oftan than you post to your blog, this option allows you to limit the number of tweets show between each post to avoid congestion.
- Date Format - Pattern to format the Tweet date on your blog. For a reference, please see this page. Example: M j, Y @ h:i A
- Only include Tweets that contain text - Will only display Tweets that contain a specific string, useful for "hashtags" or "bangtags".
- Hide @replies? - Would you like your @replies to other Twitter users displayed?
- Prepend username to tweets? - Add your Twitter username to the beginning of Tweets?
- Trim hyphens from tweet? - If you prepend your Tweets with a hyphen, this can optionally remove it (for example, if you tweet says, "- I'm taking a nap."" it would display as "I'm taking a nap."")
- Tweet Template - The template used to format and display each tweet.
- Show/Hide Template (optional) - The template for the Delete button/link, displayed to those with Administrator privileges to quickly delete a tweet from the cache.
- Clear Cache - Clear the most recent entries in the cache and refresh them from Twitter. This may be useful if you are experience data issues.
- Ability to delete tweets from cache via Admin panel
- Support for multiple feeds
Admin page redesign