Simple Twitter Tweets - Display your Tweets on your WordPress site using the new Twitter OAuth API v1.1. (even when you can't connect) Because th
Installation is as simple as 1,2,3 or maybe 4 because of Twitter :)
The Twitter Widget will never ask for your password, as it gets all your required data from the Open Authentication keys and secrets you will get by creating your application at Twitter. It also means that if you change your password, you won’t need to update any of the details of your Widget.
To find these details, go to https://dev.twitter.com/ and sign in.
Once you have logged in successfully, hover over your name in the top right corner, and click "My Applications," then "Create a New Application."
Enter a unique name (anything you want), a description (again this is just for you), and your site's URL. You can leave the Callback URL empty as it is not used for this implementation.
Yay, success - OK! You will be taken to a new screen, there's one more step then you can copy all the details into correct fields of the Widget and be on your way.
OK, click the "Create my Access Token" button. This is a shortcut to authenticate your own account with your application (so you never need use your password).
Good. Now click the Details Tab as all the information you need is presented hereso you can just copy the required information into the exact corresponding inputs fields of the Widget.
Full details and screenshots of this process can seen on the Simple Twitter Tweets page
Fill in your details, copy and past the Twitter Application details (as described below).
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2013-10-16
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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