Support » Plugin: Live Stream Badger » Redirect Link to twitch tv to a custom Stream Page

  • Good Evening, After many hours of searching i finally found that widget and i have to admit that it is excelent.But i would be really happy if there was an option to make the links from redirecting to the original channel redirect to a custom stream page that i created. In there i also have the stream player and chat . The reason why i want that is because i prefer to hold the people in my site while they are watching the stream. To be more specific i have in the sidebar of my website i have added the widget and put some channel on it . For example i want the channel devatva which i have to redirect from to my own custom page of him . I know a website that managed that but i cannot find out how to do it .. the site is when you click on stream automatically redirect you to a custom stream page. Keep in mind that i want the status online and offline to exist. Please if someone knows let me know . I would really appreciate it.

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  • Plugin Author Tadas Krivickas



    In the latest version of the plugin, the widget name has been changed to ‘Live Stream Status’. Can you check if it’s available?

    Otherwise, please create a new thread (one thread per issue).

    I’m trying to achieve the same result, yet failing miserably.

    I use default Live Streams Status widgets with URLS to Twitch. My goal is to have an individual page for each streamer and have widget links redirect to specific pages instead of Twitch.

    I already installed Scripts-n-Styles as Tadas suggested and tried adding
    $("a[href='']").attr('href', '')

    To Blogwide Javascripts > Scripts (for head element)

    What am I doing wrong?

    function(cash) { $(“a[href=’’%5D”).attr(‘href’, ‘’) });

    Here is the working code . Have a look at it

    Thank you, that did the trick.

    hey guys, i’m trying to do the same thing LucyNyu did but it seems not working, i istalled Script n Styles and added
    function(cash) { $(“a[href=’’%5D”).attr(‘href’, ‘’) });

    In the head but nothing change, it keep redirecting to twitch instead of the page in our site

    Thanks in advance!

    Hi There,

    I’ve been trying to get this running for the last couple days. Not sure what I’m not getting, but I’m unable to get this to function properly. It might be my lack of wordpress knowledge.

    Even trying the jQuery section of this got me nowhere. I have a feeling I’m not putting this in the right spot. Whenever I have the list showing and click on the link, it will just open up a new page that will hit There are many different twitch streams that I would like to keep centralized on the same main website.

    Any recommendations/thoughts would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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