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Twitter plugin to work with Django-CMS

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Twitter dropped support for v1.0 of its REST API. Since this was used in DjangoCMS, all of the installations which used this plugin broke.
Hence, this creates a twitter plugin using widgets.


- In order to install this plugin, fire up your virtualenv:

pip install cmsplugin-twitter

- And add the this line in INSTALLED_APPS in your


considering you have similar to this:

- After saving them , run migrations:

python migrate

##How to Use:

- Login to your `twitter` account and go to this url: ``

- Create a new widgets and then copy the `twitter handle ` and ` widget_id` from the generated script.

- Enter those two fields in the plugin form and other fields and you are good to go.

##Plugin in Action

This is the plugin working on a Django-CMS site:

![Twitter Plugin](twitter.png)


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