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tWPtter

Description

tWPtter (pronounced t-WHIP-ter) is a micro-blogging plugin for WordPress.

‘twps’ ~ tWPtter allows you to publish short posts (known as twps, text snippets, facts and blurts on a widget or page within your blog. tWPtter twps (micro-posts) can be upto 150 characters long and optionally contain a link to a website, article or blog post.

tWPtter supports WordPress tags by allowing you to associate a single tag with a twp. This will then provide a link to all posts within your blog that carry the same tag.

To make micro-blogging even easier, you can post to tWPtter on the move and when away from your computer via any email enabled device.

A number of options are given:
* You can select the heading for your tWPtter page or widget.
* You can select the number of twps to display.
* You can decide upon the way in which the twps will be ordered – by title, post date or randomly.

Installation

  1. Unzip then upload into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory. The full path will be /wp-content/plugins/twptter
  2. Activate ‘tWPtter’ through the ‘Plugins’ page on your WordPress blog.
  3. Click the ‘tWPptter microblogging’ link on the ‘Settings’ page from the main admin menu and start ‘twping’
  4. Deploy as a widget or create a new tWPtter page on your blog. See http://www.bochgoch.com/page/plugin/wp_twptter/#deploy_as_page for details on how to create a new page.

FAQ

Where can I leave feedback about the tWPtter plugin?

Visit http://www.bochgoch.com/wordpress/2008/06/13/twptter-plugin/

How do I update tWPtter via email?

Visit http://www.bochgoch.com/page/plugin/wp_twptter/#post_by_email

Where can I get more support?

@ http://www.bochgoch.com/page/plugin/wp_twptter/

Contributors & Developers

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

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