Skip to main content

16 questions
2 posts

Do you have questions about Widgets?

Log in to ask questions about Widgets publicly or anonymously.

CJ VermaTribe Team
Implementation Specialist
Voted for Great Idea

Hi Mohit,

Thank you for your question.

As mentioned in one of the comments above, if you would like to change the components that are available, you can simply remove the component from the code.

For example, if you're using Post Widget, you can choose from the list of components and let's say if you don't want to give the 'share' option, you can simply remove it and 'share' option won't be available.

If you would like to change the look and feel of the widget, you can use CSS customization by visiting Admin Settings--> Theme--> Advanced Settings and adding the relevant CSS code.

Lastly, if you would like to define the size of the widget, you can either manage it on your end or while using an iframe, you can define the height and width of the particular widget.

Let me know if in case this doesn't answer your question.

Also, in order to know more about widgets, please visit our developer portal here- Widgets Developer Portal27

Hi Christine,


If you go to Admin Panel--> Theme--> Advanced Settings-->HTML code section, you can insert the following code and replace https://twitter.com16 with your Twitter page link. Please ensure you include 'https://' as well. This will be added to all sidebars inside a white box.


<a class="twitter-timeline" href="">Tweets11 by 'SMART Tech'</a> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

Let me know if any questions!

Excellent question! Make sure to remove these elements- 'topics', 'post', 'share', 'responses'. Also, you can hide tags and card footer’s buttons with following additional css:

.card-head-tag-wrapper { display: none; }

.card-footer .card-footer-left-wrapper { display: none !important; } 

👤 Top Contributors