Twitter Widget Pro
[resolved] Where to begin for customization (4 posts)

  1. thelizarmy
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I am not a coding badass, but I can usually figure things out once I am pointed in the right direction.

    Where in my code should should I be placing customization code (like the code demonstrated in the FAQ)? Does that go into the CSS file?

    The website I am working on is EdibleSacHigh.org. (It's for a school garden at a high school.)

    Any tips are appreciation. Thank you!



  2. Aaron D. Campbell
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    The CSS can go into any CSS file that's loaded on your site. Usually people just add the styles to their theme's style.css file.

  3. countrymrs
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Aaron,
    Thanks SO MUCH for all your diligence in replying to questions.

    I have tried to add CSS according to your instructions above, and those I've found in previous forum posts and in your FAQ. However, nothing seems to work.

    Here's what I tried:
    1) Appearance > Editor > added to style.css I found here. Saved.
    2) Appearance > Edit CSS > added and saved code here.
    3) Went into Dreamweaver, connected to my host, opened the style.css file that I found inside wp-content>themes>iFeature[my theme]>css>style.css, and added to the very end of this style sheet. Saved and updated the remote files.

    Can there possibly be some step that I am missing...some other trick? Maybe I am using the wrong CSS?

    I want to add additional space between tweets, so they don't appear as one big block of data. Here is the CSS I've tried:

    .widget_twitter ul li {
    margin-bottom: 10px;

    .widget_twitter {
    margin-bottom: 10px;

    Any additional suggestions are GREATLY appreciated. Your plugin seems great, with many fans, so I'd sure like to keep using it.

    Many Thanks!

  4. Aaron D. Campbell
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    It sounds like you're trying to put the styles in the right place, but what styles you need will depend very much on your theme.

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