Suppose My twitter account is drupaltest so I want to display all the mentions of #drupaltest or @drupaltest on the Drupal 6 website. Looking at the twitter module http://drupal.org/project/twitter but that one is a little confusing. So let me know whats the best way to post tweets for your accounts on the Drupal 6 website? I am not looking for any reverse functionality of posting on twitter through my website, just want to display those tweets.


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The easiest way is definitely to install the Twitter module that you have already discovered. I used to do this on my website as a way of pulling in tweets to my blog. You will only need the read-only configuration for the module, and you may find it easiest to use the Views integration.

If you'd rather code your own, the QueryPath module allows you to write jQuery-like requests directly against Twitter's API, but you'll have to write your own module. (You can start with the sample modules that come with QueryPath).


I'm not familiar with the Twitter module, but I know Twitter has a profile widget at http://twitter.com/about/resources/widgets/widget_profile which will generate javascript you can use to insert a twitter block on your site.

  • I saw an example of this and did this. It introduced a bug for me that it shows some old tweets whenever the page loads. Although its a good idea and thanks for the response.
    – pal4life
    Aug 19, 2011 at 17:21

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