Customize the Twitter Timeline (Jetpack) WordPress Widget
Customize the existing Twitter Timeline (Jetpack) WordPress widget for use on "Project" Pages. See attached screen grab. The widget on the top is the one to be edited.
The title must automatically update to be "#WeDo" + $project_ID for the Project page that is being viewed. $project_ID is a 3 digit alphanumeric string unique to each project. In the example, screen grab $project_ID is "TNP".
Move follow button up to the right of the title.
Remove "Tweets" link at top.
Size the widget so that it is the correct size for 3 one-line tweets. That is almost the size in the attachment (and currently on the site), except the "Tweet to WeDotDo" entry field is currently cut off a little at the bottom.
Add a scroll bar that will allow the user to view older tweets. Older tweets load as the user scrolls down.
In addition to showing results for tweets by @WeDotDo, display search results for "#WeDo" + $project_ID. There is a second twitter widget on the site (the bottom plugin in screen grab) that searches for a predetermined #. You can use it as an example, if you want.
Rename the modified widget "We.Do Twitter Widget". Ensure there is no longer any reliance on the Jetpack plugin. Delete the other twitter widget.
Schedule is very important and will be very important in choosing a proposal. Please put in your proposal the exact number of calendar days the project will take you from the date of award. I will pay out a bonus of $25 per day for every day ahead of your schedule you finish.
Upload and test your work frequently. There will probably be other developers working on other projects at the same time as you. I try to keep people working on different parts of the site, but you cannot assume that a file that you download will stay the same until you upload your revisions days later.
There will be further development on this feature, so everything must be documented very clearly.