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Differences between the free version and Pro version of the Custom Twitter Feeds plugin

The main differences between the free version and Pro version of the Custom Twitter Feeds plugin are listed below. The extra features available in ...

Is the content of my feed crawlable by search engines and how does it help improve my SEO?

Unlike other Twitter plugins which use iframes to embed your feed into your page once it’s loaded, the Custom Twitter Feeds uses server-side code t...

Are there any technical/server requirements for running the plugin?

Your web server should have either cURL or the PHP allow_url_fopen function enabled. If you don't know what these are then don't worry as they're e...

Where do I enter my Custom Twitter Feeds license key?

You enter your license under the 'License' tab, which is on the Settings page, as shown in the screenshot below: Please note, if you don...

Why Does My Database Have a Lot of Twitter Feed Caches?

When creating "search" or "hashtag" feeds, the plugin is only able to retrieve tweets made within the last 7 days. To continue to display older twe...

Will the plugin continue to work after my license expires?

We recommend you maintain a license (for the reasons stated below) but it is your choice as to whether or not you decide to renew a license. ​ Wh...