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This product allows you to add different kinds of portlets to your site to get tweets.

Project Description

Life, the Universe, and Everything

This package allows you to add different kinds of portlets to your site to get tweets.

This package depends on collective.twitter.accounts.

Don’t Panic

Twitter profile portlet

  • Add a “Twitter profile Portlet” wherever you want.
  • Enter a header (if you want one).
  • Choose the Twitter account to use from the drop-down (see Prerequisites).
  • Enter the user you want to get the feed from. (username can be with @ or not).
  • Mark the checkbox for showing the avatars next to the username, or leave it unmarked for not.
  • Choose the maximum results you want to show each time.

Twitter search portlet

  • Add a “Twitter search Portlet” wherever you want.
  • Enter a header (if you want one).
  • Choose the Twitter account to use from the drop-down (see Prerequisites).
  • Enter the search string you want to use.
  • Mark the checkbox for showing the avatars next to the username, or leave it unmarked for not.
  • Choose the maximum results you want to show each time.

Extras

From any portlet, you can:

  • Click on a “#” starting word (hashtag) to go to Twitter and get further results
  • Click on an “@” starting word (usernames) to go to the user profile in Twitter.

Mostly Harmless

Have an idea? Found a bug? Let us know by opening a support ticket.

Installation

To enable this product in a buildout-based installation:

  1. Edit your buildout.cfg and add collective.twitter.portlets to the list of eggs to install:

    [buildout]
    ...
    eggs =
        collective.twitter.portlets
    
  2. You may need to extend a five.grok known good set (KGS) to make sure that you get the right versions of the packages that make up five.grok:

    [buildout]
    ...
    extends =
        http://good-py.appspot.com/release/five.grok/1.2.0-1
    

After updating the configuration you need to run ‘’bin/buildout’‘, which will take care of updating your system.

Go to the ‘Site Setup’ page in a Plone site and click on the ‘Add-ons’ link.

Check the box next to collective.twitter.portlets and click the ‘Activate’ button.

Note: You may have to empty your browser cache and save your resource registries in order to see the effects of the product installation.

Share and Enjoy

collective.twitter.portlets would not have been possible without the contribution of the following people:

  • Franco Pellegrini
  • Silvestre Huens
  • Héctor Velarde
  • Gonzalo Almeida

Development sponsored by Open Multimedia.

There’s a frood who really knows where his towel is

1.0b5 (2013-06-06)

  • Remove deprecation warning. [frapell]

1.0b4 (2013-04-24)

  • Tested for Plone 4.3 compatibility. [hvelarde]
  • Add deprecation warning to package documentation. [hvelarde]
  • Fixed add-on layer interface. [hvelarde]

1.0b3 (2012-07-12)

  • Removed dependency on five.grok (fixes #2). [frapell]
  • Add-on layer was renamed to ITwitterPortletsLayer. [frapell]
  • Made the initial profile to be executed by the default if it wasn’t executed yet. [frapell]

1.0b2 (2012-06-04)

  • Tested for Plone 4.2 compatibility. [hvelarde]
  • Dependency package collective.prettydate no longer has a GS profile (fixes #3). [hvelarde]
  • Fixed package distribution. [hvelarde]

1.0b1 (2012-04-10)

  • Initial release.
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