I have followed all steps about how to use Tweet.js-Mod plugin and still could make it working right now!
I added twitter folder(containing jquery.tweet.js, index.php and the lib folder which containing tmhOAuth.php and tmhUtilities.php) in js folder. I added modpath: ’./js/twitter/’ to the twitter widget js code in custom.js and set Path to tmhOAuth libraries to private $lib = ’./lib/’;
Her is live preview http://moradxd.zxq.net/lumenosity/normal/blog.html
I hope to get help.
I’m still really interested to get help mates!
did you create the app from your twitter account? You need to place some keys in the index.php file.
I didn’t modify anything else in that php file so you can leave the private $lib to the default one.
Also, use the absolute path to the index.php file. Please check this answer: https://github.com/seaofclouds/tweet/issues/264#issuecomment-20092593 – you’ll end-up with something like /wp-content/themes/themename/js/twitter/index.php (put the correct path to your script)
Good luck with that.
I’ve had a few customers run into the error you’re getting with Tweet.js-Mod—I’m willing to bet that you don’t have cURL enabled on your server. Check out your PHP configuration file to see if this library has been installed.
Thanks mates for help.
Due to i don’t have any experience of PHP, i found that i may need to install a local server to test it. After installing and opening, i found it worked immediately with the same settings i did.
It’s my lack of PHP