Twitter API

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Hi there! I have used your excellent add-on on a few school websites because of the beautiful masonry layout they all love. However, I recently purchased the add-on for yet another school website and have run into a problem. In order to get a Twitter API now you have to sign up to a developer account. I have tried to do this for this project but apparently it is taking a very, very long time to get Dev accounts authorised. It seems they are doing this manually and have a huge backlog!

Is there any other way to add the feed through the add-on? At the moment it is useless without the Dev account and I am not expecting it to get allowed any time soon (from what others have told me). The only page on the site that is looking abysmal is the twitter feed because I am having to use another add-on which only allows for a single column timeline.

The biggest issue going forward is, if I have to set up a dev account for every site I build in the future, and possibly even for previous builds this isn’t going to work for me!

Any ideas?

Type: Pre-Sale
Status: Resolved
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StevieB replied on at Permalink Reply
Sorry, somehow this went up as pre-sale, I have actually already bought the add-on.
dovydas replied on at Permalink Reply
Yeah it's a bit annoying however there is nothing I can do. I think they approve applications based on Twitter account activity as for example mine got approved instantly.

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