These modular elements can be readily used and customized across pages and in different blocks.
Explore all of Stack’s modular elements
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Stack supports Twitter feeds via the Twitter Fetcher plugin by Jason Mayes and works simply by replacing the data-feed-name attribute with the Twitter account you’d like to embed.
Use the optional data-amount attribute to limit the number of results displayed in the feed.
The feed below would show the 3 most recent tweets from the Medium Rare twitter feed.
To convert the feed into a slider, simply add the class .slider to the tweets-feed element. You can also customize the slider using the data attributes described on the Sliders element page.