Twitter timeline widget stopped working

embeddedtimeline

#1

The Twitter timeline widget stopped working on www.namicapecod.org, after running successfully for many months. No changes were made to the site that I’m aware of (am the developer + my company hosts the website), but when I went to look at an unrelated issue today noted the twitter feed for @NAMICommunicate no longer appears in the footer.

If I look at the site using Firebug it reads there “Widget configuration is not found.” Any advice on how to correct this issue?


#2

An embedded user timeline requires a widget ID, which is created and saved in a Twitter account. The timeline embed in your site footer references widget ID 565966835599024128, which can be accessed from your Twitter account if it exists:
https://twitter.com/settings/widgets/565966835599024128/edit

Creating a new embedded user timeline for NAMICommunicate while logged-in from the NAMICommunicate account will help other people in the organization discover your configured widgets and protect against someone deleting an account previously used to create a widget configuration. You can replace the newly configured widget ID or full HTML snippet in your site footer to render an embedded user timeline using this newly stored widget configuration.


#3