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Setup Twitter feeds to pull a user's public timeline, public list, favorite tweets, or a custom search term, phrase, or hashtag.
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Setup Twitter feeds to pull a user's public timeline, public list, favorite tweets, or a custom search term, phrase, or hashtag.
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Short description.

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Tweeple
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Tweeple
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Plugin name.

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Installation Instructions
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Note: We have safeguard implemented that does not allow you to set this less than 60 seconds. If you're a developer and you know what you're doing, you can change this limit with the filter "tweeple_cache_time_minimum". You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Note: We have safeguard implemented that does not allow you to set this less than 60 seconds. If you're a developer and you know what you're doing, you can change this limit with the filter "tweeple_cache_time_minimum".
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Our recommended, and default, setting for this is 7200 seconds (i.e. 2 hours). You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Our recommended, and default, setting for this is 7200 seconds (i.e. 2 hours).
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Yup. When editing any Twitter feed at <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple</em>, you can change the cache time seconds under "Performance." You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yup. When editing any Twitter feed at <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple</em>, you can change the cache time seconds under "Performance."
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Also note that any time you update a Twitter feed's settings, the feed's cache is cleared automatically. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Also note that any time you update a Twitter feed's settings, the feed's cache is cleared automatically.
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Just go to <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple &gt; Twitter Feeds</em> and click the button to clear a specific Twitter feed's cache. After this, the next visitor to your website will trigger Tweeple to go out to Twitter and pull the latest tweets to be stored in the cache again. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Just go to <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple &gt; Twitter Feeds</em> and click the button to clear a specific Twitter feed's cache. After this, the next visitor to your website will trigger Tweeple to go out to Twitter and pull the latest tweets to be stored in the cache again.
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Yup! Let's say you've just posted a breaking Tweet that's really important and you want your website visitors to see it right away. -- You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yup! Let's say you've just posted a breaking Tweet that's really important and you want your website visitors to see it right away. --
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Additionally, Twitter API has <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/docs/rate-limiting/1.1/limits">rate limits</a>. So, in theory, if you had consistent traffic coming to your website and your server <em>could</em> handle pulling from Twitter on every page load without exploding, Twitter API would keep cutting your server's IP address off. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Additionally, Twitter API has <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/docs/rate-limiting/1.1/limits">rate limits</a>. So, in theory, if you had consistent traffic coming to your website and your server <em>could</em> handle pulling from Twitter on every page load without exploding, Twitter API would keep cutting your server's IP address off.
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In the process of pulling from Twitter API for your website, caching is crucial. It is a big process for your web server to go out and pull from Twitter. So, you don't want Tweeple pulling from Twitter every time someone visits your website. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
In the process of pulling from Twitter API for your website, caching is crucial. It is a big process for your web server to go out and pull from Twitter. So, you don't want Tweeple pulling from Twitter every time someone visits your website.
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This is because of caching. Tweeple stores the information retrieved from Twitter in your WordPress database for a certain amount of time, before going back to Twitter to update the information. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
This is because of caching. Tweeple stores the information retrieved from Twitter in your WordPress database for a certain amount of time, before going back to Twitter to update the information.
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Nope. The Twitter account you create your developer application with doesn't really matter. Once you have your authorization credentials setup, you'll be able to use Tweeple to pull tweets from any public Twitter account, list, or search. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Nope. The Twitter account you create your developer application with doesn't really matter. Once you have your authorization credentials setup, you'll be able to use Tweeple to pull tweets from any public Twitter account, list, or search.
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After you're done, you'll need to put in the following information to Tweeple at <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple &gt; Authentication</em>: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
After you're done, you'll need to put in the following information to Tweeple at <em>WP Admin &gt; Tools &gt; Tweeple &gt; Authentication</em>:
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Create an application, and then create a user token for that application. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Create an application, and then create a user token for that application.
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