419 Add a Customized Twitter Widget to your Blogger Blog
April 22, 2008 /

Twitter LogoTwitter has become one of the most useful social applications for bloggers. Many bloggers choose to feature their latest updates in a widget visible in their blogs. Here at Blogger Buster, for example, you can see a Twitter widget in the header section which features my latest "tweet".

Many readers have emailed me to ask how I customized this widget, so in this post I'll explain some methods you could use to create and customize your own Twitter updates widget, including a simple widget installer for you to add a widget similar to the one used here.

Twitter does offer a "Blogger" widget which can be installed using a one-click installer. This widget does not have any styling associated with it, ensuring your updates will appear in the same fonts and colors as other widgets in your blog.

If you have already added a Twitter widget to your blog, you can easily customize the appearance of this widget using some simple CSS techniques.

The widget code for your Twitter badge will most likely appear like this:

<div <--Add Style Here --> id="twitter_div"><ul id="twitter_update_list"></ul>
<a id="twitter-link" style="display:block;text-align:right;" href="http://twitter.com/amandafazani">follow me on Twitter</a>
</div>
<script src="http://twitter.com/javascripts/blogger.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/amandafazani.json?callback=twitterCallback2&count=5" type="text/javascript"></script>

As you can see from the comments I added in red, you can add inline CSS styling to your widget code, in order to add borders, background color or even an easily recognizable icon.

Here are some examples of the code you can add in this section:

style="border: 3px solid #cccccc; padding: 5px;" <--This will add a wide grey border around the widget with some padding to ensure the text doesn't get too close to the edges.

style="background: #ffcc00;" <-- This will add a bright yellow background to the widget, ensuring this contrasts with other elements in the page.

style="background: url(http://imagehost.com/youricon.jpg) top left no-repeat; padding-left: 50px;" <--This will add an icon as a background image to your widget. The padding declaration ensures the text does not overlap the icon (this is the solution I use to feature the blue bird in my Twitter icon in the header section).

To add these style declarations into your Twitter widget, simply go to Layout>Page Elements in your Blogger dashboard and click on the "Edit" link for your Twitter widget. Then locate the section of code which begins like this:

<div id="twitter_div"
and add your styling code to this section.

Here is an example of the Twitter widget code with style declarations added in red:

<div style="background: url(http://bloggerbuster.com/images/twitter-icon.gif) top left no-repeat; padding-left: 50px;" id="twitter_div"><ul id="twitter_update_list"></ul>
<a id="twitter-link" style="display:block;text-align:right;" href="http://twitter.com/amandafazani">follow me on Twitter</a>
</div>
<script src="http://twitter.com/javascripts/blogger.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/amandafazani.json?callback=twitterCallback2&count=5" type="text/javascript"></script>

Add a Twitter Widget using this Widget Installer

For those of you who would prefer a simple method of adding a stylized Twitter widget to your Blogger powered blog, here is a widget installer which will add a widget with an easily recognizable "Twitterific" icon, like this:

The colors and fonts of this widget will blend with other elements of your blog, while the Twitterific icon will be easily recognized and help your readers associate this widget with Twitter.

To add this widget to your blog, simply fill in the details in the form below. Your Twitter username is the one which you have chosen to represent you on Twitter. For example, my username us "amandafazani" and my Twitter URL is http://twitter.com/amandafazani. Add this username into the appropriate box, then change the title and number of tweets to display as suited to your needs.

I hope this post has been informative in explaining how you can add style to your Twitter badge/widget in your Blogger blog. Please let me know what you think by leaving your comments below.

Author: Amanda Kennedy

Amanda is a professional blogger and web designer living in Sheffield, United Kingdom.

In addition to curating Blogger Buster, you can find Amanda on Twitter, Facebook or add her to your circle on Google+.

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419 comments:

  1. Hi Amanda!
    great great post!
    Spot on as usual!

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  2. Hi Amanda
    This is another amazing widget. Although I was able to add one before on my site but it kept my screen freezing and stops my sidebar to load. Do you know what could be wrong?
    Thanks for your tips and help.

    BTW I am now using your blue steel template. Please let me know what you think.

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  3. Thanks a lot for your widget from Italy :-D

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  4. this is great! but do u have the bird in pink color?

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  5. For Podxien and Tietyt: Thank you for your kind comments, I'm glad you have found this helpful :)

    For MsPinkBiik:

    I love how you've used the Blue Steel template! As far as I can tell the Twitter widget should work just fine. It may be that Twitter was acting up again (sometimes the server goes down in which case it takes AGES for my header section to load).

    You could try adding this again, but do let me know if it still doesn't work for you and I'll check your blog to see what could be wrong.

    For Massimiliano Forastieri:

    Thank you for stopping by! It's great to know this widget has been useful for you too.

    For Jean Chia:

    I don't have a pink one to hand, but feel free to grab the image if you'd prefer to alter this in your favorite image editor :)

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  6. hi amanda! oh great! thanks for giving me the permission even tho' i doubt that i can turn the bird to pink color. thanks again, amanda! you are simply the best!

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  7. Hi there,

    Thanks for this, I have added it to my blog.

    One thing: I don't want the image gif to be hosted by your server, I'd prefer it to be uploaded onto my website.

    Do you know how to change the coding so I can upload a picture instead of pointing to a URL?

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  8. Is there any easy css coding to move this widget to the top right of my blog (similar positions to what you have)?

    Thanks,
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  9. Thanks Amanda! This is awesome. The widget looks so much cleaner and more professional on my site now. Great tip!

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  10. This is great. Can you tell us how to create a "follow" me link with it?

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  11. Thank you so much, it was great help!

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  12. Thank you. All I needed was the border, and I didn't feel like relearning CSS again just for that.

    Cheers,
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  13. Thanks Amanda for another blogger.com resource. I have to say ditto about not pulling on your server with the image. I was feeling lazy about going into CSS to change anything. I'll figure out something.

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  14. Hi Amanda,
    I am trying to put it in my blog header as that's an empty space I would like to utilize with twitter.
    Do you have some CSS edit handy so that I can place it in header instead of the sidebar.

    Thanks
    I appreciate any help in this regard.

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  15. Thanks Amanda,
    I was able to modify the twitter widget with your help.
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    Take care...

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  16. Hmm, I'm running into trouble with my tweet's line spacing. It's all close together. I'm no code / CSS expert and have tried in futility for the past 45 minutes at least to fix it. Yours is the best link I've found, but I still couldn't get the lines to be unjumbled. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated!!

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  17. I found this widget today and it fits perfecty in my blog. Thank you.

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  18. Hey that was awesome! The best little twitter widget I have seen, so simple too. Thank you for doing the hard work!

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  22. Thanks amanda.. now i can put my pic. beside my activity on twitter

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  23. Thanks for the article... but the twitter widget is showing up in my blogger account but no tweets are coming through.. help??
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    I have just discovered your site and now am you of your followers.

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  25. got it too work but the bird looks.... ....well rubbish???

    Will try again, thanks for the info ;)

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  26. You are a dear and a luv for posting such easy directions. It worked! Thanks!

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  27. Hey everyone! Is there anyway to make my Tweets appear as Blogspot posts? I want them to appear to similar to the way they feed into Tumblr.

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  28. Hi Amanda. Dropping by to give you a big thank you for helping me out on this one. It certainly adds another human touch to any blog! Take Care, Peter

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  35. Thanks! This is awesome, but there is a kink I haven't been able to fix. I have my background image for the Widget, but the heigth of it changes depending on how much I type into Twitter. Is there a code I can insert that will make the background image stay the same dimensions regardless of how many letters I type into Twitter? Please help! :-)
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  36. thanks this is great! but do you know how to limit the number of tweets it shows on the blog? it just keeps on going like the ever ready bunny pushing down all the other widgets into the wild deep... i'de rather it only post the last 5 or so... hmmm... any thoughts most appreciated.

    thanks, And

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    I'm having problems with trying to adjust line spacing and paragraph spacing. Would you help me out please? Thank you!

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  38. Yippee! I did it - with your awesome help! Thanks so much!

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  39. Great!
    but how can I show only one twitter message?
    I thought that this could be done by the &count=1 variable, but 5 twitter messages continue to appear at my blog widget.
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  40. This is great but how do i make the twitter updates go to the right?

    I understand how to add another widget to the header but not make i go right.

    hope you understand me and can help thanks

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  55. Is there a way to customize the Twitter badge on my Blogger page so that it doesn't include the Tweets I post in response to other people's Tweets (the ones that start with a @...)?

    It seems like Twitter has changed its policy lately so that people don't see those Tweets on my Twitter page unless they're following both me and the person I'm responding to. Am I correct about that?

    But those sorts of posts are still showing up in the Twitter badge on my blog. I think it's sort of confusing for people to say my responses to people there without seeing what I'm responding to, so I'd love to filter out those Tweets if possible.

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  68. Did anyone answer @Robert Loerzel above because I want to know that answer too! How do we get direct messages and retweets out of the widget?

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    Can you help me please ?

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    I noticed that after I put in the widget, whenever someone visits my page they are prompt of a twitter name and password. Is this because I chose to "protect" my tweets in my twitter account?

    I'd appreciate you help :)

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    Another thing I am having trouble with is the width of the tweets - they are slightly too wide for my sidebar, so the words on the right are always cut off. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

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