I have a production application that a user can use Twitter to sign-in with and it was working correctly.
I am also working on a replacement for that same production application on my development machine.
I was unable to test my new development web site for Twitter sign-in as my localhost callback url was not listed in my Twitter applications callback URL list. So I added the https://localhost:44313/signin-twitter as a new callback url within my Twitter application. So now the localhost works and the production site is broken. There is no way that I can see to delete the localhost callback url now. I was thinking that the callback url list is just a list of valid urls and it would not break the production site Twitter sign-in. Guess I was wrong about that…
Can someone please advice me how to delete the localhost callback url for the production site.
And I guess I need to create a new Twitter application just for testing the new site? Is that correct?