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[Resolved] Sliding tweets with controler arrow

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  • Plugin Author Martin Tod

    @mpntod

    I has this working a long while back here.

    This section

    /* Experiment with Prev / Next buttons */
    if(!empty($meta)) $meta .= ' · ';
    $meta .= '<a href="#" class="rtw_prev">prev</a> &middot; <a href="#" class="rtw_next">next</a>';

    would need to go around line 992 of rotatingtweets.php.

    And this section would need to go before each of lines 39 and 69 of rotating_tweets.js

    prev: jQuery(rotate_id).find('.rtw_prev'),
    next: jQuery(rotate_id).find('.rtw_next'),

    Hi Martin
    Thanks for your reply. I have tried your solution but it is not working. Probably the line number 992 that you indicated that is not correct. I have found that in the line number 1935 at rotatingtweets.php

    And at rotating_tweets.js I have added those twolines..

    But it is not working.

    You can download those two edited files here http://www.mysterywetpatch.com/wp-content/plugins/rotatingtweets/rotating%20tweets.zip

    I have edited those but it is not working. Can you have a check for this for me ?

    Thanks in advance
    Aman

    Plugin Author Martin Tod

    @mpntod

    Does this new development version work for you?

    Currently it only works with shortcodes… try:

    [rotatingtweets screen_name='mpntod' show_meta_prev_next='1']

    Hi Martin
    Thanks for your reply. Yes those files are new development version.

    I have tried your short code also but unfortunately no luck.

    Thanks
    Aman

    Plugin Author Martin Tod

    @mpntod

    That’s odd. It’s working for me.

    Are you using the latest download of the development version? Can you tell me the page it’s hosted on?

    Martin

    Hi Martin
    I have installed your latest version and it is working now. But the fact is the it appears only with shortcode and it appears inside the tweet. As a result those navigators also slides along with the tweets. And it is not visible when the parent “div” has overflow: hidden. So it is not set in the right place I think. It need to put outside of the sliding tweets so that the navigators does not slide with tweets.

    Overall thank you for your effort. I am still trying to make it work properly.

    Thanks
    Aman

    Plugin Author Martin Tod

    @mpntod

    I’ve moved the next/prev links outside the rotating tweets in the latest development version.

    Let me know how it works for you.

    Which is the latest version ? I am using the latest version ? Can you give me the link of latest version ?

    Thanks
    Aman

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