Just to the right (if you're using an A-grade browser, and if my outside host at r8ar.com stands up under the load) you ought to see a Twitter badge. If you'd like to try it out, feel free ... but please understand that it's running on a host that will undoubtedly crack under any real strain.
user: defaults to my account,
height: defaults to 350
width: defaults to 250
border: defaults to
2px solid blue
background: defaults to
white; if you set
headerBackground, you won't see it at all.
userBorder: defaults to
1px dashed gray
userColor: defaults to whatever link color's on your page
headerBackground: defaults to your main background.
headerColor: defaults to
evenBackground: defaults to your main background.
oddBackground: defaults to
friends_timeline, and happen to request the same user id you saw here, you might get another copy of your cached call, with my callback
twitBackand not the other guy's. [UPDATE: Al3x responded very quickly, and is looking into it.]
It's much more interesting with your own Twitter id in the badge, but if you'd like to stalk[H[H[[H[H follow along with ijustine, here's how you'd do it:
To try it out, stick this bit into your page, right where you'd like the badge to show up. Whitespace doesn't matter; please feel free to put it all onto a single line if you like.
Most of all, have fun, and please let me know how it goes.