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Powerful Admin Panel

Included in the package is Amarkal – a powerful administration panel, through which you can control the plugin’s behavior and setup the caching system, all wrapped in a very simple to use interface!

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Five Different Skins

Skin your tweets to blend them in with your theme or use the custom skins that come included in the package.

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Shortcode Editor

For your convenience, a custom shortcode editor is incorporated into WordPress’ rich text editor. Just click the button with the blue bird and use the popup window to customize your tweets.

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Six Twitter Resources

Twitter Feed includes support for six different Twitter API 1.1 Resources, including home & mentions timeline, Twitter lists and the Twitter search API, allowing you to specify hashtags, users, keywords and much more…

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Caching System

To improve performance and avoid Twitter rate limits, we have developed a caching algorithm that dramatically increases performance. Varius control options are available through the admin panel.

Wait… There’s More!

  • 3 Different Ways to Display Tweets
  • 5 Different Slide Directions
  • Adaptable to Any Theme
  • Fully Documented Code
  • Free Lifetime Updates
  • Customer Support
  • Illustrated Step-by-step Guide
  • Easy Bug Reporting
  • Tweet Assets Visibility Control

Let’s Have a Look:

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Live Examples

Static Tweets

One way to display tweets is statically. Static tweets are shown as a list without any animation.

Scrolling Tweets

You can also view tweets via a scroller. A scroller only shows the tweet text, author and date, and scrolls the text from right to left.

Custom Skins

One way to display tweets is statically. Static tweets are shown as a list without any animation.

Sliding Tweets

One way to display tweets is statically. Static tweets are shown as a list without any animation.

Shortcodes

Twitter Feed allows you to use shortcodes to feature tweets anywhere in your website. Here are some shortcode examples, even though you absolutely don’t need this, because the plugin comes with a very easy to use shortcode editor, implemented straight into WordPress’ text editor! Use this for your references.

Static Tweets

[statictweets skin="simplistic-skin" dir="ltr" user="nasa" count="1" resource="usertimeline" show="username:true,screenname:true,avatar:true,tweettime:true,tweetactions:true,replies:true,retweets:true"/]

Scrolling Tweets

[scrollingtweets scroll_time="10" skin="default-skin" user="microsoft" count="5" resource="usertimeline"/]

Sliding Tweets

[slidingtweets slide_dir="random" slide_duration="5" skin="simplistic-skin" user="ibm" count="5" resource="usertimeline" show="username:true,screenname:true,avatar:true,tweettime:true,tweetactions:true,replies:true,retweets:true" /]

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