Move Twitter Tweets To The Left

By on June 8, 2013.     What do you think of this article?

Not long ago, I wrote an article describing how to move Facebook’s timeline to the left of the menu. I’ve come to prefer content on the left and judging by that article’s view statistics, I’m not the only one. Today’s computer tech tip will do the same thing to Twitter feeds.

It involves the Stylish browser add-on available for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. Once installed, go to the new User Styles menu in the add-ons menu and click “Write New Style”. Name it something like Twitter tweets and then paste in the following syntax:

@-moz-document domain(twitter.com) {   .dashboard {float:right !important}   .profile-header, .content-main {float:left !important}   #suggested-users {clear:none !important} }

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