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ok I must be dumb lol. I cannot get this work. I have installed it , I have set up a app in twitter and I have added the info into the config stuff on the site eg. Twitter API key ,Twitter consumer key and then go to post the news article on the ocportal site and I get the eror about Authentication.
"HP ERROR [1] Uncaught exception 'TwitterException' with message 'Failed_to_validate_oauth_signature_and_token' in /home/homeed/public_html/sources_custom/twitter.php:2532"
I have added the domain to "Authorized domains"
Reading this "Note that the first time you post, you will be forced to authorise the website to integrate with Twitter, and the tweet won't go through until the second time you try."
I did not see where it wanted to force me to do so.
I could not find how to Authenticate it. So I posted again and still get the same error. What is the vital step I am missing then? This must be so easy that I must be over looking it.
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Very difficult to debug I'm afraid. You might want to simplify and just use one of the third party services that allows you to associate an RSS feed with a twitter account.


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