Many individuals now have shown interest in using Twitter. So, more and more people are also interested to learn as to how they can customize their Twitter background. In actual fact, it is not really difficult to custom one’s Twitter background because the people at Twitter have been too good to provide everyone with a custom background as an addition to several new designs they have given out with their latest updates. Through the privilege that was handed out by the people at Twitter, many of its users are provided with the great chance to broaden their personal branding capabilities next to a place wherein there can be a number of people who can read their messages for the very first time. According to some folks at Twitter, they have already presented a simple file of Photoshop (PSD) to serve as a guide. According to them, there are actually no complexities with the default appearance of Twitter. However, the user is required to take some more steps if they want to put on their company name or logo on it. There are also the so-called Custom twitter nodes. These nodes are a type of functionality that is capable to take Twitter to an advanced level. Once the user of twitter adds up the scheme of Custom Twitter Nodes, they can instantaneously install and configure Nodes to essentially meet the needs of their group, event, or anything else. One type of Node is events that come with a set of regulations. For now, some users also assume to have a Node type Twitter that will allow people to join and setup without publishing their contents publicly.

Twitter bar is basically an exception for the Web browser of Mozilla FireFox, which was originally crafted by Tony Farndon. This vitally allows Twitter user to post to twitter right from the address bar of Firefox. What the user only needs to do is to post the page’s URL, which he is reading, by selecting the Twitter bar icon along with the typing of the information in the address bar.

Now, there are actually three ways that Twitter users can follow to use Twitter bar. But before taking these steps, Twitter users need to ensure that they have already set up their Twitter bar plugin as well as restart their Firefox browser in order to activate it. The following are the steps to guide Twitter users to use Twitter bar:

1.    Type the post on the address box of Firefox and then select the green button to update the Twitter page.
2.    Type the post on the address bar of Firefox by also indicating a–post at the end to finish the post instantaneously.
3.    Twitter user may type his selected URL then select the green icon to share the links at once.  

For more tips on Twitter bar, user may open his Twitter page at once right after a post through the “Open Twitter in new tab after posting.” A user may also opt to save the details of Twitter log-in to make postings quicker through the plugin options of the Twitter bar, which start from Tools, then to Add-ons, to Select twitter bar, and to be finished to top options.  

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