How to Install Twitter on WordPress
If you want to share your Twitter content on your site the easiest way is through a Twitter widget. There are many ways you can do it. For example, you can do it using a plugin, embedding Twitter widgets in WordPress with Twitter Publish, or even by adding a Twitter widget to your sidebar.
Add Twitter widgets by using a plugin
After you have logged into your WordPress Dashboard go to Plugins > Add New and on the search bar type, "custom Twitter feeds" or any other similar plugin you prefer. This plugin will allow you to integrate all your Twitter content into your site. After you have installed and activated the plugin, you should be able to see Twitter Feeds on your Dashboard menu. Click on it. Here you can log into your Twitter account and once it is connected scroll to the Feed Setting to choose what type of Twitter content you want to show in your site widget. You can choose here a timeline of tweets from yourself and people you follow, tweets where you were mentioned, specific Twitter user's content, the number of tweets to display, and many more. After you are satisfied click on the Save changes button.
With this, you have done the basics and add your Twitter widget to your site. But it would be recommendable to do some more edits according to your site style or brand. To do this click the customize tab. Here you can choose that your widget will display a list, a carousel, or a masonry. Also other options like width, height, dates, logos, and more. You can set even specific phrases that you want to exclude.
The next tab is the Style. Here you can edit the topography of your widget. Choose the background color and text color. Also, edit the header. If you are satisfied with the customization you are ready to add it to your pages and posts.
For this, first, you need to create a new page. On your Dashboard go to Pages > Add New. On the Top-Left of the editor page, there is a Plus icon. Click on it and on the pop-up page click on the Twitter Feed icon. This action will add the widget to the editor. If everything looks good, take a last check on the preview and then click publish to make your Twitter feed widget live on your site.
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