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Setup Twitter Cards for WordPress websites

How to setup Twitter Cards for WordPress websites

Make your website links stand out in the Twitter stream with Twitter Cards. This is an updated version of my original Twitter Card post from April last year. I decided to add more value with some functions to automate your Twitter Cards. This code will enable you to use the following 3 types of Twitter Cards:   What are Twitter Cards? When you have Twitter Card markup on your website, then when a Twitter user tweets your post or page,…

How to setup Twitter Cards for WordPress websites was last modified: April 29th, 2015 by David Tiong
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How to add Twitter cards code to your WordPress website

28th November 2014 update: There is a new post with updated code for adding Twitter Cards to your WordPress website – please view the new article at latest Twitter Card article How would you like to be able to add Twitter cards markup code to your WordPress website? Twitter cards is a brand new way to add extra content to your Tweets, simply by adding Twitter Card html code to your webpages. So that when someone links to your content…

How to add Twitter cards code to your WordPress website was last modified: November 28th, 2014 by David Tiong
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Create shortcode to add custom Twitter support button to your website

As a business owner, I have learnt that it’s important to offer multiple channels of communication to your clients. Some people prefer phone calls, others enjoy email, some like to reach out via social media, and then there are those people who would rather visit you in person. So this is why a “Contact” page on your website or blog, needs to be easily accessible, with all modes of contact, clearly displayed. [check_list] You want people to communicate with you.…

Create shortcode to add custom Twitter support button to your website was last modified: September 5th, 2013 by David Tiong
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Add Retweet button shortcode to WordPress

** this article has been updated 23rd August 2014, to work with Twitter  Adding a Retweet button onto a WordPress page is really quite simple. There are many plugins that you could use. Alternatively you could simply add some javascript from a social sharing site straight onto your pages. Some WordPress themes may already have a shortcode that you can use, however if not, here is another way that you could add Retweet Buttons to your page. Firstly go grab…

Add Retweet button shortcode to WordPress was last modified: March 15th, 2016 by David Tiong
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