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Adding a tweety bird to Wickett Twitter Widget (4 posts)

  1. srdx
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I am wondering if on my theme, which is F8 Lite version 4.2.1, it is possible to add in an image of the blue Twitter bird in the *Widget* field "Text to display between tweet and timestamp:"

    On my theme, I have this blank currently, and if you look at my tweets on the bottom right of http://www.simonredux.com you will see it is very plain - so I wondered if I can add in an image, either a blue "t" or a twitter "bird" icon, so that it displays next to my latest tweets.

    Make sense? Just thought it might add some interest to a very plain textual display...

  2. srdx
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Anyone?

  3. srdx
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Baah! How does anyone get anything done from this Forum?

    There is no support form I can contact a developer with? The only page I can find is in the plugin directory here.

    And my post here does not seem to garner any replies or even general advice...

    There is an editor for the Wickett Twitter Widget, I can see that.

    Can I add in some code that will give me a JPG image of the Twitter icon or Twitter bird - that is inserted into every tweet within the 'Text to display between tweet and timestamp:_______'

    Is that possible? Someone? Anyone? Thanks.

    PS - I tried inserting the <img src> tag to try and pull in an image into the field - did not work.

  4. srdx
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    No one has had this issue I guess...If that is not possible, is it at least possible to have all @ \\\'replies\\\' and # \\\'hashtags\\\' display on the same line as the original tweet? For some reason using my theme (F8 Lite) it breaks every part of the tweet into different lines.

    Thanks if you can at least offer some advice here.

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