If you’re an active tweeter it’s a good idea to add a Twitter feed to your website. That way each of your new tweets will display on your website.

How to add a Twitter feature to your website:

  1. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Add feature’
  2. Select the ‘Twitter’ feature
  3. Use the placement arrows to set the feature’s location
  4. Enter your Twitter username
  5. Click ‘Save’

This will display your Twitter feed on the page, on a white background. If you’d like to display the feed in a dark color, you’ll need to set up a Twitter widget and embed it directly to an HTML feature instead.

How to embed a Twitter feed widget on your website:

Decide which type of Twitter feed you’d like on the Twitter Overview page.

  1. Go to https://publish.twitter.com/#
  2. Click the box that says ‘Enter a Twitter URL’
  3. Select ‘A likes timeline: https://twitter.com/TwitterDev/likes
  4. Replace ‘TwitterDev’ with your own Twitter username

    • Example: https://twitter.com/bandzoogle/likes
  5. Click the arrow to the right of your URL

  6. Click ‘set customization options’
  7. Next to ‘How would you like this to look?’ Select ‘Dark’ from the dropdown Click ‘Update’
  8. Click the blue ‘Copy Code’ button
  9. Log in to your Bandzoogle account
  10. From the ‘Edit Content’ tab, click ‘Add feature’
  11. Select the ‘HTML’ feature
  12. Use the placement arrows to set the feature’s location
  13. Paste in the code from Twitter
  14. Click ‘Save’

Note: We cannot modify or provide support for external HTML code. If you have questions or concerns about the embedded feature, or require support for the widget, you’ll need to contact the company that supplied the code.