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  • Can you please tell me how to actually remove my Twitter API integration login box? It’s driving people away! 🙁

    @leylap I assume you are on wordpress.COM?
    I don’t know the answer to your question, because I use self-hosted blogs.
    Ironically, it sounds like I’m asking something you want to get rid off.

    Hi sorry, I should’ve stated that I’m on a self-hosted website.

    Please take a look at for the issue.

    If you can make this dialog box go away somehow then Christmas will have come early for me! 🙂

    Thanks again!

    Aha! See what you mean!
    Do you have any older plugins that use the old twitter authentication with username/password? Instead of OAuth integration?

    No that’s the thing. I have deactivate all the plugins that are remotely linked to Twitter so I have no idea where this login box is coming from 🙁

    The plugins currently active are:

    AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button
    Add to Footer
    Auto-hyperlink URLs
    Autolink URI
    BBpress Integration
    BBpress Latest Discussions
    bbPress Live
    Blog Summary
    BuddyPress Forum Topic Mover
    BuddyPress Group Forums – Move Topic
    CDN Tools
    Cimy Counter
    Embed Facebook
    Excerpt Editor
    Facebook Comment Control
    Facebook Dashboard Widget
    Facebook Like Count
    Facebook Like for Tags
    Facebook Members
    Fast Secure Contact Form
    Forum Post Notification
    Full Circle
    Hello Dolly
    MiniMeta Widget
    NND Facebook Gravatar Grabber
    Nofollow Case by Casy
    Permalinks Moved Permanently
    Post video players, slideshow albums, photo galleries and music/podcast playlist
    SEO Slugs
    SEO Smart Links
    Subscribe Remind
    Subscribe to Comments
    TAC (Theme Authenticity Checker)
    Thank Me Later
    Top Commentators Widget
    Use Google Libraries
    Wordpress Facebook Fan Box Widge
    Wordpress Importer
    Wordpress Related Posts
    WP Super Cache

    To be honest, I probably have way too many useless plugins on this list, but I’ve checked the description to these and they don’t seem to relate to Twitter… unless I’m missing something glaringly obvious. I’m a bit of an amateur to be honest…

    Do you import automatically RS feeds from twitter?

    Your list is quite impressive indeed! ;P
    So, the only, bit time-consuming, thing to do is “deactivate” them all, and “Reactivate” one-by-one. And test your site with every activation of a plugin…

    I guess that’s the only thing left to do.

    No is the answer to your first question by the way. Or at least I don’t think so…

    Thanks so much for your help.


    I am looking for the same(ability to use BuddyPress or WordPress installation with TweetDeck like Desktop clients). Can you please let me know if get any luck with that

    Thanks !

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