Twitch LiveStream Box and Countdown – WordPress Plugin
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[v1.1.1] Free Download Twitch LiveStream Box and Countdown - WordPress Plugin
Easy to Customize!
Change colors, icons, fonts, text and more with the Asgard builder! Add Google Fonts and Font Awesome icons easily!
Connect your Account
Connect your Twitch account and the plugin will automatically fill the name of the channel and the stream status (online/offline) of the livestream box.
Save your Alerts
You can save and load different alert groups configurations so you can easily edit them to change info, edit the boxes, change colors and more!
Being a floating element, it will always be easily accesible to users. You can customize, among many other things, to always start open or closed.
We included a countdown box for you to let people know about upcoming streams or important events that you wanna communicate!
Add them with 1 Click!
You can create all the alerts and profiles that you want, and activate them in your theme with just one click from the manage alerts tab.
The Twitch API has limits (quotas) which determine how many requests you can make in a set period of time, you can find more information on how this works and how to extend these limits on the Twitch official API page.