How to Add Flying Twitter Bird to Your SocialEngine Site

SocialEngine Add a flying Twitter bird to your site

This is the amazing flying bird of Twitter, helping you to gain more followers on Twitter:

<script src="http://oloblogger.googlecode.com/files/tripleflap.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <br /> 
<script type="text/javascript">  var birdSprite='http://oloblogger.googlecode.com/files/birdsprite.png';
  var targetElems=new Array('img','hr','table','td','div','input','textarea','button','select','ul','ol','li','h1','h2','h3','h4','p','
code','object','a','b','strong','span');
  var twitterAccount = 'http://twitter.com/[color="#FF0000"]YOUR_TWITTER_NAME[/color]';  
var twitterThisText ='';  tripleflapInit();  </script>

Put on HTML Block this code, within layout editor and change ‘YOUR_TWITTER_NAME” for your twitter name.

You may also like to change the color tag

Hope you Enjoy :D

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Andrew Cross

Andrew Cross

Hi, I'm Andrew. A am a 26, ICT Administrator which offers support to company's around the South Wales Area. I have created a few social sites for myself and other company's. So far 2 out of 3 have been successful using the powerful SocialEngine Script. I continue to try and help the community of SocialEngine by giving Support and Technical Help where possible.

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