The following is a live example of our plugin Twitter Feed in action. Here you can see how all the shortcodes (3 of them) work, and how all the skins (5 of them, as of now) look. You can also see the widget in action on the right sidebar.
Twitter Feed features 3 different tweet displaying types: static, scrolling & sliding. The following examples show how the different display types appear visually with the various available tweet skins.
You can display tweets statically, with no transition or animation applied to them. Static tweets have 4 skins that can be applied to them.
Default Tweet Skin
The default skin matches the style of your theme, inheriting its font family and font color.
Simplistic Tweet Skin
The simplistic skin features a light border around each tweet.
Futuristic Tweet Skin
The futuristic skin
Talk Bubble Tweet Skin
No Assets Tweets
Assets are additional tweet data that can be displayed alongside the tweet text. These assets include: username, screenname, avatar, tweet time, tweet actions (like, retweet, reply), and tweet media (images, vine, youtube videos). Here is how the tweets look when all their assets are striped away:
You can also display tweets as a single line that scrolls from right to left if the text is wider than the screen. There are 2 different skins that can be applied to scrolling tweets.
Finally, you can display tweets as a slider that scrolls in any direction, or even randomly. Like the static tweets, there are 4 different skins that can be applied to sliding tweets.
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