Designer, front-end developer & PC gamer from Michigan.

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Good news! I’ve just pushed v1.1 of Twitchie. For those who have already purchased Twitchie, you will be getting an email with a brand new download link soon. Any new purchases will get v1.1 automatically. Thank you everyone for your awesome feedback and support.


This update fixes some bugs and adds some new requested features as well.

  • Re-wrote some of the the readme/config instructions for clarity.
  • Read me, video tutorial and changelog are now placed in the /docs/ folder.
  • Fixed: Vine url.
  • Fixed: Google+ url.
  • Added: Forum link option.
  • Added: Steam group link option.
  • Added: Deviant art link option.
  • Un-minified CSS for easier customization and tweaking.
  • Added video tutorial by Nerd or Die.


If you want to upgrade from v1.0 to v1.1 of Twitchie, I highly suggest you do a fresh install.

  1. In the root of your website create a folder called “old”.
  2. Move all Twitch v1.0 files to the “old” folder. (You can delete them later or use them for reference while setting up your new config.)
  3. Take the contents of Twitchie v1.1 that you have downloaded to your computer and upload them to the root folder of your website.
  4. Navigate to /includes/config.php and re-enter your value’s.
  5. Save the config file, close it and refresh your website.

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Simple & customizable one-page website template made for Twitch streamers.

Notice for current customers: On September 15th 2016, Twitch made a change that required all API calls to be associated with a client ID. This change has caused twitchie websites fail to load twitch channel information. A hotfix has been made available to fix this issue. Click here to download the hotfix. Future purchases will have this hotfix already applied!

final-v3Twitchie is a simple, beautiful and customizable one-page website template made for Twitch streamers that have no website coding experience. It’s designed to focus on what streamers care about most: their channel. At the same time it points visitors to the social networks that streamers update and connect with their audience on.


Twitchie is very simple and has 2 visual states: Online and Offline. When you’re online it tells your website visitors that you’re live, what game you’re playing, how many people are watching, displays your stream title and gives them a big pulsing button to push to view your stream. When you’re offline, it tells your website visitors that you’re offline, displays your offline message and gives them a big button to visit your channel. However, whether you’re online or offline, it will always display links to your social media.

  • Simple, beautiful design that focuses on your channel.
  • Responsive design (desktop, tablets and phones).
  • Updates automatically on every page load.
  • Super easy to visually customize to fit your channel.
  • Dynamically pulls your twitch avatar, stream status, title, game and # of viewers.
  • Can display a custom message when you’re offline.
  • Links to your favorite social media accounts.
  • Links to your favorite donation or tip service.
  • Fullscreen image or video background.
  • Super fast & lightweight.

Setup & Configuration

Setting up this template requires no website coding experience. Simply upload the files to your web server, open the config file with a text editor, follow the instructions and hit save. You’re done. The template will then dynamically build your page using the data you put in the config file. You never have to touch html, css, or javascript. Here are the options you can configure:

  • Twitch channel
  • Custom display name
  • Site title tagline
  • Site description (or it pulls your twitch bio automatically)
  • Site keywords
  • Accent color (or it’s pulled automatically from your twitch profile background color)
  • Custom offline status (For when your channel is offline)
  • 17 available social networks (Twitter, Facebook, Steam, Steam Group, YouTube, Flickr, Github, G+, Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit, SoundCloud, Tumblr, Vine, Skype, Bandcamp, Twitch Messenger, Forum Link, Deviant Art, Email)
  • 8 affiliate link, tip and donation services (StreamTip, ImRaising, TwitchAlerts, DonationTracker, Amazon Affiliate Link, Patreon, Deepbot, Extra-Life, Steam Gift & Trade)
  • Image or video background (YouTube)
  • Overlay opacity (Layer of black on top of the image or video to keep text legible)
  • Google Analytics


To show how easy and flexible Twitchie is, I’ve created a few demo pages for some of my favorite streamers by only changing 3-5 variables in each config file.


  • Website Domain
  • Linux Web Server with PHP5 & cURL enabled



If you want to chat you can use the comment section below or email me at