I talked about the Twittar plugin in a previous post. But learned that the read me text file was only useful for installing the necessary
php code into WordPress themes that don’t have comment threading enabled.
Since most new themes past version 2.7, pull the comments section from
functions.php file, that is where you have to edit the avatars in order to show the twittar settings.
First open you
functions.php, and look for a line of code that says:
This is where your new comments are pulled from when you have the threaded comments enabled.
Now just find
<?php echo get_avatar( $comment, $args['avatar_size'] ); ?> & replace with
<?php twittar(70, "", "", "avatar avatar-70 photo", 1, "R"); ?>. Keep in mind that you will need to edit the Twittar setting to fit your site.
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