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Twitter Feed

These modular elements can be readily used and customized across pages and in different blocks.


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List Feed

Stack supports Twitter feeds via the Twitter Fetcher plugin by Jason Mayes and works simply by replacing the http://atver-acis.lv/tyre/6580 donde conocer chicas frikis dating abuse hotlines this article site de rencontres gratuit totalement buy Viagra 120 mg in Lewisville Texas mann sucht frau wilhelmshaven look at this site go now rencontres femmes kenya data-feed-name attribute with the Twitter account you’d like to embed.

Use the optional data-amount attribute to limit the number of results displayed in the feed.

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Slider Feed

To convert the feed into a slider, simply add the class .slider to the tweets-feed element. You can also customize the slider using the data attributes described on the Sliders element page.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″]

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Looking for styled Twitter blocks?

View Twitter blocks

or try the admin demo ↗

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