Support KB Category: Twitter on Sites and Blogs

How to embed a timeline – Twitter

Embedded timeline widgets give you the ability to embed a collection of Tweets (known as a timeline) on your own website. There are four types of embedded timelines available, all of which look and feel like timelines on

  • User Timeline: Display public Tweets from any user on Twitter.
  • Favourites: Show all Tweets a …

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Adding Twitter Buttons to your website

Follow these steps to add a Twitter btn to your website:

  • Navigate to in your browser.
  • Select the btn you’d like to use and copy the HTML code that pops up (highlighted below).
  • Paste that code in the appropriate area of your website’s source code. That’s it!
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    Embedding a Tweet on your website or blog

    Want to embed a Tweet on your website? You’re in luck! Twitter has made it possible for you to display fully functional Tweets on your website or blog in a few simple steps.

    To embed a Tweet on your website or blog:

  • Click the ••• More icon located within the Tweet.
  • From the menu that …

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  • Adding a Follow btn to your website – Twitter

    What is the Follow btn?

    The Follow btn, shown above, allows users to follow your account directly from your personal homepage or any website where the btn is installed. When users click this btn, the following occurs:

    • For logged in users, a small pop-up screen displays with more information about your account when they click …

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    Adding the Tweet btn to your website

    Definition: The Tweet btn allows you to quickly share the webpage you’re viewing with all of your followers. Clicking the Tweet btn provides you with a pre-populated Tweet containing a link to that webpage, which you can customize before sending. How to use the Tweet btn:

  • When you see the Tweet btn on a webpage …

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