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Get my Tweets onto my website

Download the API for your own server


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- the API which makes getting tweets to your website easy..

Twitter recently switched off the old methods of getting your twitter feeds onto your website, which has become a massive pain for developers who don't want to use the twitter widget.

Using this method below, you'll be guaranteed to get your twitter feed on your website, and when twitter decides to change it again, you won't have to change a thing! If you decide to store the javascript locally, make sure you follow us on twitter @gmtweetsuk to stay informed about updates and patches.

We have developed a smart caching system to make sure you get your tweets returned to you, even if we've maxed out on the requests allowed.




Just follow these 5 very easy steps


Note: I am currently unable to maintain the server costs, to get this working
you must install the API on your own servers, See here for details.


Note: if you have any questions or issues please ask on twitter @gmtweetsuk


Step 1Purchase the API available here and install it on your server


Step 2, Enter your twitter username.

Step 3, Select how many tweets you want to show.



Step 4, Copy and paste the code just before the </head> tag of your website.

<!-- include the jQuery library if you haven't already -->
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<!-- include the GMTweets library -->
<script src="/min.tweet.3.js"></script>

<!-- the plugin -->
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(e) {
    
    $('.twitter_feed').getmytweets({
        twitter_sn: '', /* my twitter username */
        twitter_wrap: 'tweet', /* wrap each tweet with a class */
        twitter_limit: 1, /* how many tweets to return */
        twitter_pp: false, /* display your profile picture */
        twitter_stats: false, /* display your twitter stats */
        twitter_details: false /* display your details (name, location) */
    });
    
});
</script>
    


Step 5, Copy and paste the code where you want your feed to display.

<div class="twitter_feed"></div>
    


Other things you can do.., you can search for hashtags if you like.. to search for #gmtweets you would do the following

<!-- include the jQuery library if you haven't already -->
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<!-- include the GMTweets library, keep this hosted to our servers to ensure you stay up-to date -->
<script src="http://api.getmytweets.co.uk/min.tweet.3.js"></script>

<!-- the plugin -->
<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(e) {
    
    $('.twitter_feed').getmytweets({
        twitter_hashtag: 'gmtweets', /* twitter hashtag.. without the # */
        twitter_wrap: 'tweet', /* wrap each tweet with a class */
        twitter_limit: 1 /* how many tweets to return */
    });
    
});
</script>
    


Step 6, let us know you're using it.. we don't know who is using this so it would be really cool to get some feedback.. let us know on twitter @gmtweetsuk