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I had the twitter feed on my feature page - jchriscookphotography.com and I noticed not too long ago that it's totally missing. I don't think I deleted it (heck - I don't know HOW!). Everything is updated to the latest version. Any ideas?

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cmunns

We did recently update this, and it works on our demos. Are you getting errors of any kind?

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jchriscookgmailcom

That's what's so strange. I've seen the "unavailable" error mesage from time to time, but now you'd never know there's a feed at all.

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jchriscookgmailcom

That's what's so strange. I've seen the "unavailable" error mesage from time to time, but now you'd never know there's a feed at all. It's been a while, but I'm quite sure I haven't commented it out in the code.

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Andrew

Is your username set in the options? Love the pic of Delicate Arch by the way!

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jchriscookgmailcom

Yes it is, under Global Options. It has only my username in it. Thanks on the Delicate Arch shot. Heck of a hike, but totally worth it!

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bryan-hadaway

You might want to check LaunchPad and see if there have been any specific 3.x.x updates. Also, what version of WordPress are you using? Did the Twitter feed ever work? What changed when it stopped working? Thanks, Bryan

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jchriscookgmailcom

I'm at the latest - 3.2.2 and WP 3.0.1. The Twitter feed works via the widget on the sidebar of my Blog page, but it isn't there on the Feature Page. Anyone from Pagelines who wants to take a look at my code is welcome to.

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cmunns

I just tested this and it is working fine for me with 3.2.2 and 3.0.1. So you have the username placed...but do you have the check box ticked in the footer options so it shows there?

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jchriscookgmailcom

I thought you had caught me on this one; but yes, I do.

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cmunns

haha yeah I thought I might get you there too. Did you hide the footer? The twitter bar that goes above the footer is located in the footer.php...so if you hid the footer that way then the twitter messages will not show up.

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jchriscookgmailcom

My memory is coming back. A month or two ago, I was not liking how the footer displayed and wanted a cleaner look. I inserted this in the custom CSS Rules: body{ } #footer, #morefoot{display:none} .home .fboxes {display:none;} Would that do it?

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bryan-hadaway

Yes, `#footer, #morefoot{display:none}` is the culprit. Here's what we can do; try either just: `#footer{display:none}` OR `#morefoot{display:none}` Whichever one that will still allow Twitter to appear, then if you provide a link I'll look at keeping Twitter but cleaning up your footer alternatively. Thanks, Bryan

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jchriscookgmailcom

Commented out the #footer, #morefoot{display:none} and used #morefoot{display:none}. It's very, very ugly and I would like to get rid of everything below the thin gray line (could live with keeping that), but keep the terms at the very bottom. You can check it out at jchriscookphotography.com

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cmunns

use `#fcolumns_container {display:none;}`

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jchriscookgmailcom

B-E-A-utiful! Thanks!

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