How To: Add Twitter @Anywhere To WordPress
Your application website and your callback URL should be the URL of your website, unless you have something else in mind. Since you are using Twitter on your website, your application stypehould be “Browser.” Don’t forget to check the Read&Write access before uploading your application Icon.
so you are passing your function to @anywhere. Twitter will take care of the rest. Now the above is a generic structure of how your calls should look like. If you are adding a box to your website, you’ll have to define a DIV area and pass your parameters appropriately. For instance, here is how to add a tweet box to your website:
Make sure you add the following to where you want your box to show up:
It’s that simple. Twitter has a bunch of cool examples available on their site already (including the examples provided above). As long as you know how things work in general, you should have an easier time playing with the code here. @Anywhere is definitely worth playing with if you rely on Twitter to generate traffic for your blog.
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