I’ll be leading you through how to do this using jQuery and a small section of the Twitter API.
So, you are an avid user of Twitter like me, and you want to display all of these awesome stats on your website for the world to be jealous of.
You could of course use one of the many widgets that there are out there available to use, however, they don’t offer a large amount of customisation.
We’re going to be using jQuery - so that means we’ll need to include the awesome library. Aside from that we’ll be querying the users/show section of the Twitter API.
We’ll then be simply assigning the sections that we want to the various ID-ed elements on the HTML page.