How to add a Twitter Flash widget to show your latest Tweets in a wordpress.com blog

It is possible to show your latest Tweets in your wordpress.com blog in style. Get Flashy!


An aside


Flash widgets

The following services create Flash widgets that pull your latest Tweets from your Twitter feed.
You can find the feed url of your Twitter at the bottom right corner of your Twitter homepage.

And if you need to know how to embed Flash widgets in a wordpress.com blog, please read this post:
How to have Flash embeds in a wordpress.com blog

Bloggybits


Springwidgets


Widgetbox

You can create a a Twitter widget in two styles – List or slideshow.

List style

Slideshow style




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10 thoughts on “How to add a Twitter Flash widget to show your latest Tweets in a wordpress.com blog

  1. hola, he tratado con los metodos que posteaste, pero ninguno sirvio o yo no supe como hacerlo y el wiget que realmente me interesa es el de bloggy bits, podrias hacer un tutorial para dummys? solo si es posible.
    Gracias

  2. hello, I have dealt with the methods that posts, but none served or I did not know how to do it and wiget really interests me is the Bloggy bits, you could do a tutorial for dummies? only if it is possible.
    Thanks

    • Hi atom,
      These days I am so pressed for time. That’s why I am posting stubs.
      If you tell me where exactly your problem is, I will try to give you the solution. Thanks for your co-operation!

  3. Hi thanks for responding so quickly I want to put the twitter widget in the sidebar but in doing Gigya steps of code, but it is larger than the sidebar like this http://i1203.photobucket.com/albums/bb389/WladimirLabrana/problem.jpg
    and dealing with this code [gigya src="http://bloggybits.com/widget.swf" flashvars="wid=2787&wmode=transparent&quality=high&width=200&height=360&allowScriptAccess=LefonAir&allowFullScreen=false&type=application/x-shockwave-flash"] , how i can adjust the background to the sidebar?

  4. [gigya src="http://bloggybits.com/widget.swf" FlashVars="wid=2787" wmode="transparent" quality="high" width="250" height="360" allowScriptAccess="sameDomain" allowFullScreen="false" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"]

    gigya src=”http://bloggybits.com/widget.swf” FlashVars=”wid=2787″ wmode=”transparent” quality=”high” width=”250″ height=”360″ allowScriptAccess=”sameDomain” allowFullScreen=”false” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash”

    Just put the above code within this:
    []

    ……………..

    Sorry for the inconvenience. Looks like I haven’t learned to post codes in comments properly! :(

  5. Hello Netty,
    I tried to post the following code to my blog [gigya src="http://bloggybits.com/widget.swf" FlashVars="wid=3960" width="190"] but it kept showing a white edge by the right against the black background of my theme

  6. Could you tell me if this can happen to some code and insert it into a WordPress widgett. From already thank you very much!

    new TWTR.Widget({
    version: 2,
    type: ‘search’,
    search: ‘Consejo de ministros’,
    interval: 30000,
    title: ‘Es un arcoiris doble’,
    subject: ‘Cruzando el cielo’,
    width: 250,
    height: 300,
    theme: {
    shell: {
    background: ‘#8ec1da’,
    color: ‘#ffffff’
    },
    tweets: {
    background: ‘#ffffff’,
    color: ‘#444444′,
    links: ‘#1985b5′
    }
    },
    features: {
    scrollbar: false,
    loop: true,
    live: true,
    behavior: ‘default’
    }
    }).render().start();

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