Integrate Twitter with your WordPress blog. Automatically tweet new posts, display your latest tweet in your sidebar, etc. Uses OAuth for user authent
Generally, all you should have to do is click the Update button on the Plugins page when a new update becomes available.
There are a few template tags available in Tweetable.
<?php tweetable_latest_tweets(); ?> - Outputs your lastest tweets. You can optionally pass a number to it to controll how many it prints. E.g.
<?php tweetable_latest_tweets(5); ?>.
<?php tweetable_follower_count(); ?> - Prints the number of people following you on Twitter in plain text. You can also call it in the form of
<?php $var = tweetable_follower_count(FALSE); ?> if you need to have the number returned instead of output to the screen.
<?php tweetable_tweetmeme_button(); ?> - Displays a Tweetmeme (Tweetmeme.com) button. Call
<?php tweetable_tweetmeme_button('compact'); ?> for the compact version.
You can extend Tweetable by tying your theme or plugin functions into the included hooks.
Runs when a post is tweeted, before the URL is shortened. Parameters: $permalink.
Runs after the post title is retrieved, but before it is merged into the string to be tweeted. Parameters: $title.
Runs immediately before the auto-tweet is sent, after the title and link are combined and (if necessary) shortened. Parameters: $tweet.
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-10-20
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