Display Your Latest Tweets in Cycled Order into Your Website With JQuery November 25, 2011Posted by Tournas Dimitrios in JQuery.
In order to grab your attention and have you follow them on Twitter , some web site owners choose to go beyond a simple “Follow Me” button and display their latest tweets .Twitter also provides all users with a profile widget which can be added to most web sites by grabbing the code and pasting it somewhere in the webpage (sidebar , footer ) . You can even configure the size , colors and number of updates for your badge in the settings . I don’t know if one method is preferable over the other to actually pick up followers , but I thought it might be helpful to take a look at how you can display tweets in an cycled order . My example use the jquery.twitter.search.js plugin , with 5-lines of code you are ready to go . Visit the demo – page to see this plugin full functional .
Another demo , it implements the same plugin into a slide-out panel .
For those readers that are new with Jquery lets explore the basic steps :
- Define a “div” tag anywhere into the layout of your webpage
Alternative plugins :