Twitcker appreciate new translators! Just contact us with your name and your native language; we'll reply, sure!
Currently it's not possible and it's also not planned, but if enough users demand this feature we'll think about an implementation.
Yes, of course. Just add a "https://" before the domain name or click here.
Currently it takes around 10 minutes to update your tweets. If after at least two hours no updated Twitcker appears, please contact us.
Twitcker went online on 16th May 2010. This means we are online for 2629 days or 7,2 years already ;).
As long as the main style of the Twitcker stays as it normally looks like you could modifiy the Twitcker itself as you need it. It's not allowed to remove the [i] button at the right corner without asking for permission. You could add CSS code to your website CSS and set there your custom style. The structure/DOM tree of the default Twitcker looks like that:
The first version went online (as already mentioned above) on 16th May 2010. The V2 (version 2) went online on 15th November 2011. The current V3 went online on 15th November 2012 - exactly one year after the previous version. The old versions (V1-V2) looked like that.
Twitcker keeps the right to change the code and thereby (the appearance of) the Ticker itself (if needed) without any notification.
The major change in V2 was, that the users have to sign in with Twitter due scaling problems because of limited Twitter API requests. V3 of Twitcker got a whole redesign and modernisation of the service. The architecture behind the Twitcker changed also completly and no longer depends on jQuery.
At the moment it is not supported by Twitcker, but maybe in a next release it will be integrated.
We are aware of this case and we're working to fix that behaviour in a future release. To fix that for now, you could write a new tweet to update your ticker.
Yes, in case your website includes a Content Security Policy header in the response, please add https://twitcker.com to the list of websites.
Twitcker supports normally all modern browsers like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and even IE (above and equal version 8). With the next update the following browser support will take effect (starting from the version number):
Mozilla Firefox (Mobile): 3.6 (4.0)
Google Chrome (Mobile): 4.0 (18.0)
Apple Safari (Mobile): 4.0 (3.2)
Opera (Mobile): 11.1 (11.1)
Google Android Browser: 2.1
Microsoft Internet Explorer (Mobile): 8.0 (10.0)
If you have an unanswered question just contact us and ask it.