Installing Twylah Code in Sidebar
My code is being stripped out when I enter it into the Text widget. What process (hoops) have to be jumped through in order to get using this code approved or working in the sidebar–Twylah offers the code quite freely under its resources page.
Blog url: http://sdionnemoore.wordpress.com/
The blog I need help with is sdionnemoore.wordpress.com.
So is it a better idea to subdomain the Twylah page?
Hi Dionne! We are working on a WordPress plug-in that will allow you to pull in the Twylah widget directly from WordPress into your sidebar. We should have something within the next few weeks.
Is kabaim Staff?
oops! here’s the missing s
~~no, his name is not familiar and his profile says he is 2 hours old. Plus the site linked to his name is blank. I was sort of thinking he might be from the Twylah folks, or a spammer. But it is possible he is a new staff person, just w/o the designation yet??? Or maybe he’s staff logged in under a different account???
At any rate, plugins are not allowed and the twylah code won’t work here right now.
His username wasn’t familiar to me either and the 2 hour old profile was strange given the comment he posted. I thought maybe you knew something I didn’t … lol :D
Well, no. I don’t get informed about any secrets of WP staff. LOL…
~~ ;) Do you know the secret to finding the link to the welcome video on the dashboard? https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/cant-make-dashboard-welcome-page-reappear?replies=4
Hi Tess and Timethief – nice to meet you! I am the founder of Twylah, and newer to WordPress.
Thanks for your insights – seems like there might not be a solution for wordpress.com sites then, I take it?
Ah, that was one of my guesses, that you are from Twylah! You could talk to staff about including the plugin as one of the “safe” plugins (well I’d guess it would become a widget here) which we could use here.
from : http://en.support.wordpress.com/plugins/
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I’ll modlook this thread and move it to the ideas forum. It’s a weekend so be patient until a staff member sees it.
In the mean time, why not use your free wp.com site to write up info about what your plugin does and why it would be useful here?
Best wishes to you.
If Twylah produces a feed, you can put that feed in the RSS widget or the Flickr widget, which displays images.
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