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elemis
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Same here… as a lot of authors with same problem. Anyone has a jQuery plugin to solve it quickly?

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AliA
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https://github.com/StanScates/Tweet.js-Mod

I implemented this update and had my feed working with v1.1 in about 15 minutes. This plugin also allows you to cache tweets and set the cache interval if the OAuth request limit is an issue.

Hope this helps. ;)

Will this work in HTML page too?

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themeboutique
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https://github.com/StanScates/Tweet.js-Mod

I implemented this update and had my feed working with v1.1 in about 15 minutes. This plugin also allows you to cache tweets and set the cache interval if the OAuth request limit is an issue.

Hope this helps. ;)
Will this work in HTML page too?

Yeah. It’s just an updated version of a jQuery plugin that utilizes a PHP file for OAuth verification.

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AliA
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https://github.com/StanScates/Tweet.js-Mod

I implemented this update and had my feed working with v1.1 in about 15 minutes. This plugin also allows you to cache tweets and set the cache interval if the OAuth request limit is an issue.

Hope this helps. ;)
Will this work in HTML page too?
Yeah. It’s just an updated version of a jQuery plugin that utilizes a PHP file for OAuth verification.

ok great, i will try this, thanks :)

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Little-Neko
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Twitter also turned their “display guideline” to “display requirement” https://dev.twitter.com/terms/display-requirements Basically, you are supposed to include everything you already get with standard method of embedding timeline. So JS scipts we used to implement (like “see of cloud” and such), even fixed with a php script, will not respect thoses requirements.

I wonder if it’s OK to not follow the Twitter requirement when selling themes/templates here?

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iHelp
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Did this change really happen as suddenly as it seems to me?
All of a sudden today in all of the forums I work in I get twitter error threads… it seems that was not announced, was it? Bit of a pain for the authors :/

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metrothemes
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https://github.com/StanScates/Tweet.js-Mod

I implemented this update and had my feed working with v1.1 in about 15 minutes. This plugin also allows you to cache tweets and set the cache interval if the OAuth request limit is an issue.

Hope this helps. ;)
Thanks man :)
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JohanDorper
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The Twitter API 1.1 requires Authentication, public JavasScript (or jQuery JSONP) requests are not allowed anymore.

I had the same problem and created a public service that can form a bridge between your app and the Twitter API. Create your access token at: http://livetweets.johandorper.com and you can use the jQuery JSONP code again.

Ive also created a jQuery plugin that uses this feature and is available on CodeCanyon, a demo can be viewed here: http://codecanyon.net/item/live-tweets-jquery-plugin/154003 The preview allready has the latest version of my plugin, the update is now under review of CodeCanyon admins.

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WPWiseOwl
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Did this change really happen as suddenly as it seems to me?
All of a sudden today in all of the forums I work in I get twitter error threads… it seems that was not announced, was it? Bit of a pain for the authors :/

It was announced. I remember it showing up in various RSS feeds in my reader around March 2013.

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vmcosta
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I wonder how this author is doing it? It seams to be working just fine… http://codecanyon.net/item/jquery-tweet-feed-plugin/3485336

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