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Styling options for embedded tweets

  1. I embedded a tweet and saw the source that it produces with JS deactivated. It is a construction like this:

    </p> <blockquote><p> <p>TWEET<br /> AUTHOR <a href="#">TIMESTAMP</a></p> </p></blockquote> <p>

    It would be nice if one could have some more options for styling. I am thinking of something like:

    </p> <blockquote><p> <p class="tweet">TWEET</p><br /> <p class="tweet-meta"><span class="author">AUTHOR</span> <span class="timestamp"><a href="#">TIMESTAMP</a></span></p> </p></blockquote> <p>

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Okay, posting source is more difficult that I thought. What I meant was that there should be spans with more information so that one can style the content, the author, and the linked timestamp differently.

  3. Posting code between backticks should produce the code correctly.

    The backtick is to the left of the number one on most keyboards.

  4. Okay, so instead of just having

    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet">
        Author <a href="Permalink">Timestamp</a></p>
    </blockquote> would be nice to have this:

    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet">
        <span class="tweet-author">Author</span> <span class="tweet-permalink"><a href="Permalink">Timestamp</a></span></p>

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