Twivatar

Adds a shortcode that echos the current Twitter avatar for a username. Image URL is cached.

Author:Gary Jones (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:2.8.0
WordPress version tested:3.5.0
Plugin version:1.0.2
Added to WordPress repository:08-05-2011
Last updated:28-01-2013
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Plugin URI:https://github.com/GaryJones/twivatar/
Total downloads:1 623
Active installs:10+
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Adds twivatar shortcode. When also passed a Twitter handle as the name attribute, the plugin will get the current avatar from Twitter, and store the URL for 24 hours. It then echoes out an image.

Attributes (optional unless marked otherwise):

  • name – Twitter handle. Required.
  • size – One of ‘mini’, ‘normal’ or ‘bigger’ Default is ‘normal’.
  • link – Whether to link the image to the profile page on Twitter. Default is true.
  • linkclass – class attribute value of the link. Default is none.
  • rel – rel attribute value of the link. Default is none.
  • class – class attribute value of the image. Default is none.
  • title – title attribute value of the image. Default is none.

Please report all issue via https://github.com/GaryJones/twivatar/issues.


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