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Tweet Display Back

Tweet Display Back added options to set up user authentication to the 3.1 release.  This guide will explain how to use the new "Authentication" tab.

Read more: 3.1 - Set Up User Authentication

Updates to how the data is stored in Tweet Display Back 3.0 enables users to have greater potential for customizing the module to their site.

Read more: Advanced Customization in 3.0+

Tweet Display Back ships with four templates that are ready to use but also easy to customize with a few CSS rules.

Read more: Customizing the Templates

Enabling Tweet Display Back's filtering capabilities can at times cause less tweets than expected to be rendered.  Depending on your settings and tweet habits, this can be temporary in nature or something that you will need to fix using Tweet Display Back's own parameters.

Read more: Filtering & Tweet Count

Because of Twitter's API limiting and user settings, users occasionally receive the "This user has reached the maximum allowable queries against Twitter's API for the hour" message. By optimizing your settings, you can prevent this message being a common occurrence.

Read more: Preventing the "Exceeded Queries" Message