jQuery, AJAX, and the Twitter Search API
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Just like monitter, TwitStream utilizes the jQuery framework. Because jQuery is awesome.
What's New in v1.2
One bug was fixed in this version:
altattribute was added to each user's profile image.
What's New in v1.1
Five most recent tweets mentioning #ftw:
Download the latest version of TwitStream as a ZIP file, including jquery.min and a sample HTML file.
Add the following to the
head of your site.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="twit-stream.css" />
New in v1.1
Optionally, include "Reply", "View Tweet", and "RT" links on each tweet by setting the
showTweetLinks variable. Values you may use are
none (default is
none). You may use a comma-seperated list of values, such as
Add the following in the
body of your site where you'd like your tweets to appear, where foo is the keyword or hashtag you wish to search for. Twitter search operators can be used, e.g.
title="oh AND my AND god",
title="oh OR my OR god", etc. To search for an exact match, use
" around the phrase, e.g.
title=""oh my god"".
Optionally, you may change the number of results to display.
<div class="twitStream 5" id="tweets" title="foo"></div>
To create multiple instances, simply add another
div with a different
<div class="twitStream 5" id="tweets2" title="bar"></div>