• Animated Flying Twitter Bird Followers Widget

    January 9, 2012 in Tutorial, Web Developer



    Twitter”, is one of the most popularSocial networking sitein the world among Bloggers to promote their blogs.There are a number of twitter widgets, scripts and plugins available to integrate Twitter with your blog.
    One of the best ways to find new followers for your Twitter account is to leverage any other online profile that you might already have. If you have a website, blog or other social media account linking to your Twitter account is a great way to do this.

    We provide here animated twitter bird follower widget code. This Plugin is java script based and it will display an animated Twitter bird that settles on different places of your blogs visible area. If a you scroll the page, the bird will fly towards the visible part and settle in a new place and it takes random paths for each flight.When you place the cursor over the Twitter Bird “tweet this” and “follow me” links appear,through this the visitor can tweet the article or follow you.
    Here we provide code for Flying Twitter Bird.
    So copy the code for your site.

    <script type="text/javascript">
     var twitterAccount = "Your twitter account name";
    tripleflapInit(); </script><div>
    <a href="http://www.saynotes.com/animated-flying-twitter-bird-followers-widget/">Get this</a>
    </div><script src="http://tweetmeme.com/i/scripts/button.js" type="text/javascript">

    Note:- Replace “Your Twitter account name” with your twitter user name.You add just the username not the entire URL of your Twitter profile. For example twitter.com/TwitSaynotes,TwitSaynotes is the username.

    DEMO : Just see the twitter bird that flying around this website..

    Source : http://123bestfriend.blogspot.com/2011/05/animated-flying-twitter-bird-flowers.html

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