How to Use

Once the Twitter feed has been dragged onto the page, the Twitter feed will display the LiveTiles Twitter feed. If you would like to use a different Twitter feed, in the settings under the Tile tab, you will be able change the ID of the LiveTiles feed to the ID of the feed you would like to follow. This ID can be retrieved from the desired Twitter feed account. 

Note: As of the 3/9/18 the twitter API has been depreciated for IE 10 and will no longer work on this browser.



Width – Adjusts the width of the tile, in pixels.
– Adjusts the height of the tile, in pixels.
Background Color
– Changes the background color of the tile using the color picker.
Twitter Widget ID
– Holds the Twitter ID of the feed that you would like to use for your twitter feed.
Twitter Screen Name
- Holds the screen name that you would like to place onto the top of the twitter feed.
– Adjusts the padding (the gap between the text and the edge of the tile) to the left, right, top or bottom of the tile, in pixels.


Layer – Changes the depth of the tiles within the page. Selectable via dropdown either Foreground, Background or Custom.
Reorder Within Layer
- Changes the depth of the tiles within the layer. Selectable via dropdown either ‘No Change’, ‘Bring to Front’ or ‘Send to Back’.


Tile Visibility – Changes which groups can or cannot view the tile. Selectable via dropdown either Everyone, ‘Only for’ or ‘For everyone except’. When ‘Only for’ or ‘For everyone except’ is selected, a dropdown menu will appear where you can assign groups to the category that was selected.
Lock Tile for Non-owners
– Toggles whether only tile can be only modified by an owner.
Custom CSS Classes
: This section allows you to add multiple Custom CSS classes to the product, allowing you to be able to add custom CSS classes to the tile.

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