Latest Tweets Obvs uses the Twitter API to securely retrieve the latest tweets from a user account.
The plugin comes with optional CSS, albeit minimal, and is intended to fall back on your base theme styles.
When you are done tweaking the settings, you can display your tweets right away by pasting a shortcode anywhere in your site.
In the plugin settings page, along with choosing how many tweets to show, you can also opt to show or hide the following:
- Profile image
- Display name
- Description (bio)
As mentioned before, there is also the option to turn off the plugin CSS, if you would rather use your own styles.
When you are done, save your changes and paste
[latest_tweets_obvs] anywhere in your theme to display the tweets.
This plugin currently supports the following languages:
To get the plugin up and running, follow these instructions:
- Upload the
latest-tweets-obvspackage to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Head over to the plugin settings page and add your account, choose your options and add the above mentioned shortcode to your site.
How do I get my access token/secret and consumer key/secret?
You will need to create an app at https://apps.twitter.com/, after which you will be provided with the necessary credentials.
What is a shortcode?
WordPress best sums up what a shortcode is: “A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes can embed files or create objects that would normally require lots of complicated, ugly code in just one line”.
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Contributors and Developers
“Latest Tweets Obvs” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Updated banner and icon assets
Fixed regex bug when retrieving tweet content
Updated tested version to 5.5
Added option to display tweet times.
Updated tested version to 4.8.