11 comments on “3 Simple Steps to Create Your Custom #newtwitter Background

  1. A great looking Twitter page. You did a fantastic job! I need to get back and redo mine. I redid mine on day 1 of the new Twitter format and haven’t found the time to get back and make some needed changes.
    Another great post!

    • Hey Amy, thank you! I think yours is good, too! Simple, clean and gets the necessary information across very well. Do let me know if you do make changes and I’ll definitely drop by to have a look.

  2. Jan,
    Your twitter background is great thank you for this much needed information. I am going to start designing my new background today.

    keep up the good work

    • Hi Jessica, thanks so much! Glad the article helped. The attached template should be able to speed up your designing process, too! Do let me know when you’re done so that I can swing by to have a look. Looking forward to it! :)

    • Wow, your background is looking good Jessica! You made use of the transparent-ish part very well! Glad the template came into handy :)

      Newly done custom backgrounds always gives a fresh look to the page. The best part to is that you can be sure no one else has the same! Now I hope Twitter does not change their layout anytime soon again haha..

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