Based upon the emails we get each month from readers who are trying to find our Twitter feed, I feel this post is probably long overdue, but I wanted to point out to our readership that we do in fact have a Twitter page!   If you’d like to follow WPHacks.com on Twitter, you can get our updates here (@HackWordPress). 

Our Twitter feed includes notification each time we publish a post here on WPHacks.com, but as an added bonus, you will also get some retweets of our favorite WordPress-related content published by others. 

Note:  If you’d like to follow my personal tweets also, you can do so here.  (@KyleEslick)

Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching WPHacks.com as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Connect with Kyle on Twitter or Google+!

  • http://www.tag44.com Tag44

    Thanks Kyle, thanks for the useful info on twitter and for sharing with us.

  • SuperMario290

    Will do! :D Keep up the great work guys~!

  • http://www.readybike.net Muscle cars

    twitter was a bit trickier because of the character limit. if you’re using ugly permalink. i follow this by adding the wordpress shortcode to get the ID of the post.

  • Used motorhomes

    This is great! i already added the “latest tweet” hack and, after some tweaking with it, it is working great. One quick question:

    Does anyone know how to increase the font size of the tweet itself? I’ve been able to do this for the prefix and suffix, but I am having trouble finding where to add font customization for the tweet itself. Any help is greatly appreciated.

  • George Serradinho

    I will be following you soon on Twitter and thanks for sharing the hacks. It makes it easier for us users.

  • Paznokcie

    I’ll stick with my RSS feed, thank you very much. I just don’t have time for twitter.

  • Mike Wagan

    Keep up the great work guys~!

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  • Rick

    Thanks for this. I use Twitter a lot and find it an invaluable for finding out about useful resources.

  • http://www.corebloggers.com/blog/ Nimit Kashyap

    Following you now :)

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