I’ve just released a new minor release of ThinkTwit – version 1.2.0. This release demanded a minor release (e.g. 1.x.0, rather than maintenance, e.g. 1.1.x) due to a significant re-write of the code – specifically around the visibility of functions.
After a request from Alvin (latraverseedustick on WordPress.org) I’ve made some quick updates that allow: Targeting of individual tweets Targeting of odd/even tweets Targeting of author Targeting of author suffix e.g. ” said: “ Linking of the avatar to the author’s profile
As per the request of Aaron Snowberger I’ve added a minor update that allows the display of the avatar of the user who posted each tweet. At the moment this just loads it live from Twitter, but I will make a future update that allows caching of this image as well for those who use the […]
So I recently noticed that although my last update included caching, there were some times in which the cache would not be accessed correctly – specifically, when updating from Twitter it was overwriting the cache rather than updating it and then displaying the cache. This wouldn’t be a problem if the live update was full […]
So it’s been slightly over a year and due to various problems with my PC (an incredibly difficult issue to resolve as I had issues with more than one part) and lack of time I’ve been unable to complete the work that I started after the last update.
I recently found the need to give AJAX abilities to a WordPress widget. Notably, I had a request from Kjell Martin Bovre of Scribo.no to allow ThinkTwit to update when used with a caching engine, for instance WP Super Cache. Caching engines work by converting the pages of a site in to HTML and, rather […]