Plugin: simpul tweets by esotech (7 posts)

  1. GopherLBC
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm trying to get this simple twitter feed plugin to work.
    I see on the home page (currently only visible to the me), and other pages (where I don't really want it)
    Newport Christian School Tweets
    Pictures tomorrow, bring you best smiles! -
    (other tweets)

    wondering how to fix this, I know the plugin is getting the json data as found the debug coding.

    Anyone got a fix for this?

  2. geilt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, I am the author.

    What are you having problems with? This is our simplest plugin.

    It is a widget, so you must use it in a sidebar or use a widget code for it.

    Have a site I can look at its behavior? We use this in all our client sites.

  3. GopherLBC
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Problem: can't get the date to output.
    It's in the sidebar where I want it
    Site page with it on it:

  4. GopherLBC
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Also seems to randomly fail to get tweets..

  5. geilt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Is your website behind a school firewall? Some of our plugins have had issues because twitter and Facebook randomly serve back ipv6 IP addresses on domain lookup which some firewalls have issues with.

    I can't see the plugin on your site currently. It should automatically show the date after each post with link.

    Email me at alex@esotech.org and I'd be happy to take a look at the issue with you on Monday over the phone or email.

  6. GopherLBC
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, a fellow admin found another plugin that worked much better than this one and we went with that. My apologies for not getting back and updating this.

  7. geilt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Not a problem. I finally found the problem you were describing, I had added the Date as a feature in the code, but we never had a menu option for it. It will be pushed out in a day or so in the latest patch. What plugin did you go with?

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