How to Display Recent Tweets in WordPress with Twitter Widgets
First thing you need to do is go to the Twitter Widgets page. If you are signed in with your Twitter account, then it will already show you a sample widget with your user id. You can adjust the size and look of the widget. There are a few options such as choosing either a light or dark theme, set the widget height, choose link color etc. By default, the width of the widget is automatically adjusted so you don’t need to worry about that. Once you are done with the appearance of the widget, click on “create widget” button.
Recent Tweets Widget plugin for Twitter API v1.1 with Cache. It uses the new Twitter API v1.1 and stores tweets in the cache. It means that it will read status messages from your database and it doesn’t query Twitter.com for every page load so you won’t be rate limited. You can set how often you want to update the cache.
10 Best WordPress Twitter Widgets
Ever since Twitter changed their API a few years ago, I think third-party developers have been hesitant to develop apps and plugins that integrate with Twitter. When you factor in a questionable future and more recent changes (removing Twitter counts), it’s easy to see why the number of Twitter apps and plugins are sparse.
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You can use our Twitter Timeline widget to put a timeline in your sidebar, or other widget area on your blog. Watch the video below for a quick overview of how it works, and read below for more examples and settings.