Really Simple Twitter Feed Widget
[resolved] Changing styles (4 posts)

  1. fusionx22
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hello, and thanks for creating this widget.

    I need to modify the styles used in the widget's output. It's pickung up the styles from the web site, and is basically really messy, buy breaking each link onto it's own line, using category icons, etc.

    Do you have any tips for overriding the styles?


  2. whiletrue
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi fusionx22,
    the plugin follows the standard rules for ul and li elements in the sidebar. You can set your own style modifying or overriding these rules:

    ul.really_simple_twitter_widget { /* your stuff */ }
    ul.really_simple_twitter_widget li { /* your stuff */ }

  3. fusionx22
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thank you!

    I'm really not sure how to approach this problem, though.

    The output is breaking all hashtags and links onto their own lines.

    I know how to override the bullet icons and general colors, etc, but have no idea how to stop the line breaks.

    I'd really like to have a nice, compact tweet display, with each tweet in it's own block. As it is, it's so long and hard to read it's very annoying.

  4. FlyFX
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi Fusion, I know this post is many months old, but I was searching for advice on this subject myself to no avail, when I decided to just try and figure out everything myself. I have a website i'm working on just now styles the way I want it so I thought i'd share my styles with you to see if it helped....

    My project is @ http://djryanmcnally.alchemyni.co.uk/

    Have a look at the twitter widget and see if it's in anyway how you would like yours.

    The styles are: http://pastebin.com/FC9VbN2Z

    This may be of NO help to you whatsoever, but it may help other lost souls who are looking for a bit of help using this widget :)

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