With the Twitter element, you can display Twitter social profiles in your content.
In the Content menu, you can set the Twitter page that you want to display in your content.
You can use the URL or the name of the Twitter page.
In the Behaviour menu, you can set the element’s behaviours.
With the Latest tweet button, you can limit the element to only show the latest tweets.
When this function is turned on you can turn on the dynamic height function, which changes the element’s height dynamically.
You can set the colour of the links in the content.
You can make the content in your element refresh periodically.
You can make the content interactive (so you can interact with it on touch screens).
You can show and hide the header, the footer, the border, and the scrollbar.
You can also make the element transparent. In the Size&Position menu, you can select the width, the height, and the placement of your element quickly.
In the Effects menu, you can select a background image or colour for your element. In the Animation menu, you can choose the enter and exit animation of your element.