Support » Plugin: Juiz Last Tweet Widget » Trouble setting up oAuth

  • Resolved Bulluk

    (@bulluk)


    I’ve created an application Twitter and entered the settings into the admin page within my WordPress site. I’ve added the widget to a side bar but I get an exception within twitteroauth.php:

    Fatal error
    : Call to undefined function curl_init() in
    E:\Program Files (x86)\EasyPHP-12.1\www\bullsfoundation\wp-content\plugins\juiz-last-tweet-widget\inc\twitteroauth.php
    on line 199

    Clearly I’ve got something wrong within my oAuth settings so I was wondering if there were any gotchas that I may have fallen fowl. of. I’ve double checked the Consumer key + secret and Access token + secret so the only bits I’m really doubtful about is the callback url which is currently blank and the permissions which I set to read/write/access in an attempt to get it working.

    Thanks in advance

    Anthony

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/juiz-last-tweet-widget/

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  • Ah, I get it now. You’re using cURL to pull the data feed. I’m running this on a test system platform using easyPHP which doesn’t have cURL enabled by default.

    This is probably one of those situations where I would have saved myself time if I had simply installed straight into production 🙂

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte

    (@creativejuiz)

    Hi Anthony,

    Yes, it’s a server side setting. cURL is activated by default on most popular hosting services.
    Your local host should have same settings than prod host to help you saved time 🙂

    Sorry for your misadventure and thank you for your feedback.
    Have a nice day,
    Geoffrey

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