Support » Plugin: AI Twitter Feeds (Twitter widget & shortcode) » Shortcode output sticks to the top of the page

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  • Plugin Author August Infotech

    (@augustinfotech)

    Hello leanneheller,

    You can put [AIGetTwitterFeeds ai_username=’Your Twitter Name(Without the “@” symbol)’ ai_numberoftweets=’Number Of Tweets’ ai_tweet_title=’Your Title’] shortcode in any post or any page.

    Also, you can put below shortcode in page template or post template or sidebar template etc..
    < ? php do_shortcode(“[AIGetTwitterFeeds ai_username=’AugustInfotech’ ai_numberoftweets=’43’ ai_tweet_title=’Twitter Feeds’]”); ? >

    Regards,
    August Infotech

    lheller

    (@leanneheller)

    Thank you for the very fast response. When I put the shortcode into a post or page via the text/html tab in the WordPress WYSIWYG editor, the output attaches to the top of the page, regardless of where I put it within the post. I think I found a workaround using some hack-ish css, but thank you for the php – if my client doesn’t like the fix, I can add that to the page template. Thanks!

    – Leanne

    Plugin Author August Infotech

    (@augustinfotech)

    Hello Leanne,

    Thank you, hope you issue is solved now. Kindly let us know if you need further assistance.

    Regards,
    August Infotech

    Hello August Infotech. You have a great plugin here, and I really want to use it with my client’s webside, but I seem to be having the same issues as noted above.

    You can see the result here: http://myhrbp.com/twitterfeed/

    I have tried various methods in manipulating the CSS for all elements on the page but nothing seems to work. Additionally, are there any options if I wish not to output the ai_tweet_title?

    Any assistance you could offer would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Chris

    Plugin Author August Infotech

    (@augustinfotech)

    Hello idealismo1,

    Where exactly you would like to have twitter feeds on you website? Using Firebug we have placed feeds at different places and it seems to working fine but if you can describe exact please, we can assist you in better way.

    Regards,
    August Infotech

    Hi. Thanks for getting back to me. Here is the markup for the page (http://myhrbp.com/twitterfeed/).

    <div id="slideshow">
    <div id="images"><img alt="TwitterFeed" src="http://myhrbp.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Twitter1.jpg" width="864" height="319" /></div>
    </div>
    <div class="line clear space"> </div>
    <div>[AIGetTwitterFeeds ai_username='MyHRreality' ai_numberoftweets='15' ai_tweet_title='Twitter Feed']</div>

    As you can see here, I’d like it to output after the banner image and horizontal line (you can see this layout on other pages within the site as well), however, the twitter feed forces the image to the bottom of the page (below it).

    Any further assistance you could offer would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks again,

    Chris

    August Infotech,

    Any news on resolving this issue? I have a client who would like to see it resolved fairly quickly if at all possible. Perhaps I should open another support item for it?

    Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!

    Chris

    Plugin Author August Infotech

    (@augustinfotech)

    Hello idealismo1,

    Sorry for late reply, pretty busy with projects. Can you provide your email id so that we can send you changed plugin file?

    Regards,
    August Infotech

    Plugin Author August Infotech

    (@augustinfotech)

    Hello idealismo1,

    We have fixed issue of output sticking at top. Kindly download plugin from here and install it and your problem will be solved.

    Regards,
    August Infotech

    Wow! Thanks so much, August Infotech! Works perfectly. I’ll be sure to give you an excellent review!

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