Make sure that your profile isn't private. If it is, either make it public from Twitter or follow "twitstamp" on Twitter. This will allow TwitStamp to "see" your tweets.
We cache our Twitter data to reduce load on both our servers and Twitter's servers, so it may take a couple of minutes to update.
Yes you can! Simply register an account and visit your account page, there is an interface there for creating custom TwitStamps. Each account is limited to one custom TwitStamp so we can provide access to all users for free. However, if you'd like to make a small donation, we'll give you 6 additional custom slots for every $2.00 USD you donate for our bandwidth costs!
You can either use our bookmarklet (see the home page) or you can find it manually. To find it manually, simply follow these steps:
Click on the date of the tweet you want to use:
Then copy the number that appears in the URL bar of your browser:
And paste it into TwitStamp's Generate form. Now you're ready to go!
Image URLs work in the format http://twitstamp.com/your_username/the_theme.png
your_username/the_theme.png can be in the following formats:
the_theme can be any of the following (preview included in the right column):
By default, you can only create one custom TwitStamp at a time. This is to maintain bandwidth and storage for all users. You can, however, remove or edit existing TwitStamps from the "Edit Existing TwitStamps" link in the sidebar. If you delete your TwitStamp, you will be able to create a new one. If you want more than one custom TwitStamp at a time, you can donate directly to our bandwidth and hosting on the account page. To return your generous donation to our hosting, bandwidth, and domain, we'll add 6 additional TwitStamp slots to your account instantly for each $2.00 USD you donate.
Uploading an image creates the TwitStamp, you can then edit the values to adjust the text and avatar placement to your liking. If you accidentally close your browser window before completing your edits, simply return to TwitStamp and select "Edit Existing TwitStamps". Alternatively, you can delete them and start all over.
The largest image you can use is 600x300 pixels. TwitStamp uses PNG images only. If your image is not a PNG, please convert it with your favorite image editing software.