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  • Plugin Author Liam Gladdy


    Did you update to this mornings release (2.1.2)?

    I notice you’re using: $tweets = getTweets(3, billy_dallimore); – The string isn’t a string there, it’s a constant? It should be $tweets = getTweets(3, ‘billy_dallimore’);

    Though, as of 2.1 this morning, you should write it as:

    $tweets = getTweets(‘billy_dallimore’, 3);

    The old way still works, but this is much more sensical 🙂



    Thanks for your prompt reply.

    Completely missed this; strange though it works on dev and not prod. I’ll have a play and let you know the outcome.

    Plugin Author Liam Gladdy


    It is super weird! Maybe different PHP versions with different behaviour of constants?

    Thanks 🙂

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