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  • Displays tweets in a unordered list so output can be styled with CSS.
  • Tweet links are opened in a new window or tab.
  • Defaults to 5 posts from my twitter account.
  • Links @mentions.


  1. Admin widget screenshot

    Admin widget screenshot

  2. twFeed @wordpress Sidebar

    twFeed @wordpress Sidebar


What are the limitations?

The twitter RSS feed is limited to 20 results and has certain a reload time.

Can the plugin be used multiple times?

Yes, with different users in the same or different widget areas.

Styling With CSS

ul.twFeed{ }
ul.twFeed li{ }
a.twFeed_mention{ color:red; }
a.twFeed_date{ color:green; }


  1. Extract archive and upload the ‘twFeed’ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Navigate to ‘Plugins’ ‘Installed’ in the WP admin dashboard. Locate twFeed and click activate.
  4. Navigate to ‘Appearance’ ‘Widgets’ in the WP admin dashboard. Expand widget to enter the title, Twitter username and number of tweets to display.



  • Fixed @mention bug which removed the preceding space from links.


  • Rewrote class to extend WP_Widget.
  • Updated regular expressions.
  • Calls within PHP template pages have changed. (See installation).
  • Added linking @mentions as default.
  • Added option to display tweet time.
  • Updated screenshots.


  • Fixed a regular expression bug pointed out by @compywiz on Twitter. (String contents like 1.5GHz turns into a clickable link).


  • Complete code restructure using a class layout with object calls.
  • Changed default user from @twitter to @paul_cormack.


  • Initial release