The TweetBar stack is a brand new stack which was originally developed for use in themes like Flood and Snow. What this stack does is to append a new bar to the top or bottom of a page, containing a title and a latest tweet from Twitter. This makes it a great addition to any information or blog page. It's an effect you have probably no doubt seen elsewhere on the internet many times before.
TweetBar For days when 140 characters is pushing the limit.
ExampleYou can see an example of the TweetBar stack at the top of this page. In this example, the default settings were used and the TweetBar is pulling in the latest tweets from the RapidWeaver Central Twitter feed.
- Once installed, drag and drop a TweetBar stack into your page.
- In the TweetBar settings shown on the righthand side in edit mode, change the Twitter username to suit.
- Optionally any of the other settings can be changed if required. When the page is previewed or exported, the TweetBar will start working.