Twitter feed now embedded on this blog

Thanks for all the feedback, I've now embedded my twitter feed directly on the front page of this blog. Since I'm using a very old, manually enhanced version of Pivot, I've also embedded it manually using TwitterJs, a pretty nice piece of software. Simply download the .js (or even hotlink it from googlecode), and add code like this to your website:
<div id="tweetcontainer"><p>Loading tweets...</p></div>
<script>
  getTwitters('tweetcontainer', {
    id: 'yourtwittername',
    count: 5,
    enableLinks: true,
    ignoreReplies: true,
    clearContents: true,
    template: '<span class="status">%text%</span> <span class="time"><a href="http://twitter.com/%user_screen_name%/statuses/%id%">%time%</a></span>'
  });
</script>

Not that complicated to do.

Only one comment:

Cool thing about your way of implenting it is that it loads the Tweets asynchronously.

Is this libary bases on jQuery or any other AJAX framework?
Halan () - 07 10 10 - 22:40


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