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Twitter widget and shortcode to show your latest tweets one at a time an animated rotation
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Twitter widget and shortcode to show your latest tweets one at a time an animated rotation Details
Twitter widget and shortcode to show your latest tweets one at a time an animated rotation
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Short description.

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Rotating Tweets (Twitter widget and shortcode)
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Rotating Tweets (Twitter widget and shortcode) Details
Rotating Tweets (Twitter widget and shortcode)
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Plugin name.

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<code>show_line_breaks</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - displays line breaks in the tweet - default is <code>'0'</code> (i.e. off) <code>show_line_breaks</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - displays line breaks in the tweet - default is <code>'0'</code> (i.e. off) Details
<code>show_line_breaks</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - displays line breaks in the tweet - default is <code>'0'</code> (i.e. off)
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Gives you the option to show a fully customizable Twitter 'follow' button. <em>For note, because of the way Twitter's code for the Twitter button works, the button will display as a regular text link to site visitors who have set 'Do Not Track'.</em> Gives you the option to show a fully customisable Twitter 'follow' button. <em>For note, because of the way Twitter's code for the Twitter button works, the button will display as a regular text link to site visitors who have set 'Do Not Track'.</em> Details
Gives you the option to show a fully customizable Twitter 'follow' button. <em>For note, because of the way Twitter's code for the Twitter button works, the button will display as a regular text link to site visitors who have set 'Do Not Track'.</em>
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<strong>GDPR-friendly</strong> - with default settings, collects no user data and shares no user data (including IP addresses) with anyone else. Supports 'Do Not Track' (DNT). <strong>GDPR-friendly</strong> - with default settings, collects no user data and shares no user data (including IP addresses) with anyone else. Supports 'Do Not Track' (DNT). Details
<strong>GDPR-friendly</strong> - with default settings, collects no user data and shares no user data (including IP addresses) with anyone else. Supports 'Do Not Track' (DNT).
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Yes. No user data is collected, stored or sent to Twitter by Rotating Tweets. By default, Rotating Tweets also does not load any JavaScript from Twitter or anywhere else 'off site'. It supports 'do not track' and only loads JavaScript from Twitter needed to display the Twitter Follow button if you choose that option and the user has not set 'do not track' on their browser. If you use an 'official format' for your Tweet, profile images may be loaded from Twitter; to avoid this, choose the 'original' format to display your Tweets. Yes. No user data is collected, stored or sent to Twitter by Rotating Tweets. By default, Rotating Tweets also does not load any JavaScript from Twitter or anywhere else 'off site'. It supports 'do not track' and only loads JavaScript from Twitter needed to display the Twitter Follow button if you choose that option and the user has not set 'do not track' on their browser. If you use an 'official format' for your Tweet, profile images may be loaded from Twitter; to avoid this, choose the 'original' format to display your Tweets. Details
Yes. No user data is collected, stored or sent to Twitter by Rotating Tweets. By default, Rotating Tweets also does not load any JavaScript from Twitter or anywhere else 'off site'. It supports 'do not track' and only loads JavaScript from Twitter needed to display the Twitter Follow button if you choose that option and the user has not set 'do not track' on their browser. If you use an 'official format' for your Tweet, profile images may be loaded from Twitter; to avoid this, choose the 'original' format to display your Tweets.
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Does Rotating Tweets help me support GDPR? Does Rotating Tweets help me support GDPR? Details
Does Rotating Tweets help me support GDPR?
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You can do this by going to the <code>rotatingtweets/css</code> directory, opening <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> and copying its contents (modifying the link to the bird graphic to match your site) into <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> (the preferred approach from Wordpress 4.7 onwards) on the <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Customize_Screen">Appearance Customize Screen</a> page. Alternatively rename <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> to <code>rotatingtweets.css</code> and put it in the <code>wp-content/uploads/</code> directory. Or copy the CSS into your own template files. Any of these approaches will display a Twitter bird to the left of your tweets. You can do this by going to the <code>rotatingtweets/css</code> directory, opening <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> and copying its contents (modifying the link to the bird graphic to match your site) into <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> (the preferred approach from WordPress 4.7 onwards) on the <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Customize_Screen">Appearance Customize Screen</a> page. Alternatively rename <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> to <code>rotatingtweets.css</code> and put it in the <code>wp-content/uploads/</code> directory. Or copy the CSS into your own template files. Any of these approaches will display a Twitter bird to the left of your tweets. Details
You can do this by going to the <code>rotatingtweets/css</code> directory, opening <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> and copying its contents (modifying the link to the bird graphic to match your site) into <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> (the preferred approach from Wordpress 4.7 onwards) on the <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Customize_Screen">Appearance Customize Screen</a> page. Alternatively rename <code>rotatingtweets-sample.css</code> to <code>rotatingtweets.css</code> and put it in the <code>wp-content/uploads/</code> directory. Or copy the CSS into your own template files. Any of these approaches will display a Twitter bird to the left of your tweets.
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into your CSS - changing <code>123px;</code> to the width you're aiming at - either via <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> or by editing your own template files. into your CSS - changing <code>123px;</code> to the width you're aiming at - either via <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> or by editing your own template files. Details
into your CSS - changing <code>123px;</code> to the width you're aiming at - either via <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/CSS#Custom_CSS_in_WordPress">additional CSS</a> or by editing your own template files.
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<strong>Supports <a href="https://blog.twitter.com/official/en_us/topics/product/2017/tweetingmadeeasier.html">280 characters</a></strong> <strong>Supports <a href="https://blog.twitter.com/official/en_us/topics/product/2017/tweetingmadeeasier.html">280 characters</a></strong> Details
<strong>Supports <a href="https://blog.twitter.com/official/en_us/topics/product/2017/tweetingmadeeasier.html">280 characters</a></strong>
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<code>auto_height</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - switches auto-height calculation of the Rotating Tweets container on or off - default is <code>'1'</code> (i.e. on) <code>auto_height</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - switches auto-height calculation of the Rotating Tweets container on or off - default is <code>'1'</code> (i.e. on) Details
<code>auto_height</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - switches auto-height calculation of the Rotating Tweets container on or off - default is <code>'1'</code> (i.e. on)
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<strong>Supports the <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/overview/api/upcoming-changes-to-tweets">new longer tweet format</a></strong> <strong>Supports the <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/overview/api/upcoming-changes-to-tweets">new longer tweet format</a></strong> Details
<strong>Supports the <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/overview/api/upcoming-changes-to-tweets">new longer tweet format</a></strong>
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<code>show_meta_prev_next</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - show 'next', 'prev' links - default is <code>'0'</code> <ul> <li><code>prev</code> = content for the prev button (default <code>'prev'</code>) <code>show_meta_prev_next</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - show 'next', 'prev' links - default is <code>'0'</code> <ul> <li><code>prev</code> = content for the prev button (default <code>'prev'</code>) Details
<code>show_meta_prev_next</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - show 'next', 'prev' links - default is <code>'0'</code> <ul> <li><code>prev</code> = content for the prev button (default <code>'prev'</code>)
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<code>rotation_type</code> = If you are using version 1 of the JavaScript, you can use any of the options listed on the <a href="http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/browser.html">jQuery.cycle website</a> - default is <code>'scrollUp'.</code> If you are using version 2 of the JavaScript, then the options are <code>'scrollUp'</code>,<code>'scrollDown'</code>,<code>'scrollHorz'</code>,<code>'scrollLeft'</code>,<code>'scrollRight'</code>,<code>'toss'</code>,<code>'scrollVert'</code>,<code>'fade'</code> and <code>'carousel'</code> <ul> <li><code>carousel_horizontal</code> = <code>0</code> or <code>1</code> - if you've chosen 'carousel' as a rotation type, allow horizontal scrolling - default is <code>0</code> <code>rotation_type</code> = If you are using version 1 of the JavaScript, you can use any of the options listed on the <a href="http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/browser.html">jQuery.cycle website</a> - default is <code>'scrollUp'.</code> If you are using version 2 of the JavaScript, then the options are <code>'scrollUp'</code>,<code>'scrollDown'</code>,<code>'scrollHorz'</code>,<code>'scrollLeft'</code>,<code>'scrollRight'</code>,<code>'toss'</code>,<code>'scrollVert'</code>,<code>'fade'</code> and <code>'carousel'</code> <ul> <li><code>carousel_horizontal</code> = <code>0</code> or <code>1</code> - if you've chosen 'carousel' as a rotation type, allow horizontal scrolling - default is <code>0</code> Details
<code>rotation_type</code> = If you are using version 1 of the JavaScript, you can use any of the options listed on the <a href="http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/browser.html">jQuery.cycle website</a> - default is <code>'scrollUp'.</code> If you are using version 2 of the JavaScript, then the options are <code>'scrollUp'</code>,<code>'scrollDown'</code>,<code>'scrollHorz'</code>,<code>'scrollLeft'</code>,<code>'scrollRight'</code>,<code>'toss'</code>,<code>'scrollVert'</code>,<code>'fade'</code> and <code>'carousel'</code> <ul> <li><code>carousel_horizontal</code> = <code>0</code> or <code>1</code> - if you've chosen 'carousel' as a rotation type, allow horizontal scrolling - default is <code>0</code>
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<strong>Twitter options</strong> <ul> <li><code>include_rts</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - include retweets - default is <code>'0'</code> <strong>Twitter options</strong> <ul> <li><code>include_rts</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - include retweets - default is <code>'0'</code> Details
<strong>Twitter options</strong> <ul> <li><code>include_rts</code> = <code>'0'</code> or <code>'1'</code> - include retweets - default is <code>'0'</code>
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