Since Spring 2013 the v1.0 version of the standard Twitter Widget doesn’t work anymore.
You can however add a stylesheet to an iframe, and that’s what I did. It’s available as download. All you have to do is change the location of the stylesheet in it. You can then add it to your page-layout. It does use and need jQuery.
In case you are editing the stylesheet, but it doesn’t refresh in the browser, you can open the stylesheet directly in the browser, and push F5 to have the cache of your browser refreshed.
Today I released a new version of the WordPress installer for cPanel. It has quite changed, therefore I called it version 2.0. It has support for more languages, and you can easily add your own. Also the security has improved, you can only change the path now.
There is much to do over responsive design, a technique to shape websites for for example a mobile phone. Or a television. Or a fridge.
At my job we use mostly the max-width media query.
With mobile phones there are several operating systems and browsers, and a pixel in hardware is not the same as a css-pixel. To simply show this I wrote a script so you can view which device has which viewport.