A Twitter (v1.1) feed plugin for the developers that's flexible and supports displaying multiple feeds of both user and search timelines.
Bug fix: Unchanged OAuth Access Token should no longer become incorrect when changes are saved via the admin
Please note that Twitter has a recency restriction of one week on searches. If a search term hasn't been tweeted in the past week Twitter will return no results. * Implemented code amendment that ensures that the plugin provides the user with useful feedback if a search term returns no tweets * General code housekeeping
Timelines can now be Searches! Check the settings page to test it out. Or, in your template tag/shortcode, add the
feed_type option with a value of
search along with the
search_term option and your search as its value
Bug fix: Masked OAuth Access Token data is now properly unmasked upon saving on the settings page, meaning that connection credentials are not erroneous when it comes to communicating with Twitter. NOTE: It's likely you will need to re-enter your OAuth Access Token.
Bug fix: Rectified errors in the code that caused fatal error
Added template tag and shortcode sample code in the
Bug fix: Fix to a bug that prevented the feed from using the Tweet count set by the user
Developers can now utilise the plugin system to create their own template tags and shortcodes. Samples are included in the "assets" directory of this plugin.
Bug Fix: Using the shortcode to render the feed in the WordPress editor places the feed within the content rather than directly above it.
Minor rectifications to code that prevented the defaut stylesheet from loading
cache_hourswas added and implemented as a feed configuration option
Amendment of plugin description and settings page to include important and useful information.
Requires: 3.1.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-1-17
1 of 8 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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