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    After searching for a while online, I finally found a Twitter plugin that is very easy to install and customize. I thought that I should share it with you guys.

    Here is the link: http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/css/cu...earch-widgets/

    To customize this plugin, you must have basic knowledge of CSS. It also includes basic features in the javascript that you post on your html page. These features can be added or taken away by inserting 'true' or 'false' by the variables of those features.

    You can also change what twitter feed is shown through the javascript.

    I hope some of you find it helpful.
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    Thanks.

    This one falls into the category of "snippets". As we (the staff) are discussing
    whether or not we should have a section in WDF on code "snippets", and like in this
    case, a link to a code "snippet". I'm wondering what other peoples' thoughts are on this.
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    Senior Member Blackhawk095's Avatar
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    A 'snippets' area would be VERY helpful. It would save a lot of time when looking for a script. It took me hours to find this script.
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    My concern about the snippet topic is this:
    So one person might submit some really great snippets that work great
    and are helpful. Others might submit some snippets that are poorly scripted,
    or have bugs in them. There will end-up having a need for some type of
    comments or feedback, and that's where the problems will begin. Arguing
    and bickering over snippets ... my method is better, your method is not
    efficient, that snippet was mine and you copied it and resubmitted it ... etc.

    We all copy code from other sites, other scripts, other people. Who is to say
    that a snippet is "mine", or that the scripting I submitted was copyrighted
    because it was a section of code pulled out of X-Cart or some other software
    that isn't free? A lot of issues that make me think it won't work.

    I think it's a great idea in theory, but in real-life it's not going to be good.



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