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Someone I know through social media has a Facebook page where he posts cheap shopping deals. He provides links using his Amazon Associate URL and earns money from click-through purchases. I've spoken to him and he said in order to be accepted onto the Amazon Affiliate scheme he had to also have an active website, not just a Facebook page.  He has the most basic of websites where it's literally just a feed from his Facebook page.

I'll post the URL in code tags to avoid him tracking the clicks back to this topic:

http://www.gamer-deals.co.uk/



I want to set up something similar - identical, really. Although really I'd rather use Twitter.

What's the simplest way to recreate a website like his? How has he implemented that feed?

I already have a domain and hosting, so am all ready to go. If someone could help me out I'd really appreciate it.

Upon inspection it looks like he's used https://github.com/pavelk2/social-feed/ to create the feed, but I don't understand the majority of that. :huh:

 

I don't suppose anyone here could quickly set it up for me? It'll be from the Twitter account @rapdab

 

Or if it has to be Facebook, that's slightly different: @rrapdab

 

Thanks.

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Use the following widget code generated by Twitter and paste it into a blank html page.

<a class="twitter-timeline" href="https://twitter.com/rapdab?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">Tweets by rapdab</a> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

 

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I would like to add that there is a huge guide on the github how to install and run it.

  • Install Bower (this is used to install dependancies)

The Getting started after you have installed bower and its dependancies (it says it on the github page the command to do it) 

90% that is cut and paste and to go find yourself a API key from twitter that can be found here apps.twitter.com

Rest is put into a HTML document  and a javascript file.

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On 11/27/2017 at 8:31 AM, Cookie Monster said:

I would like to add that there is a huge guide on the github how to install and run it.

  • Install Bower (this is used to install dependancies)

The Getting started after you have installed bower and its dependancies (it says it on the github page the command to do it) 

90% that is cut and paste and to go find yourself a API key from twitter that can be found here apps.twitter.com

Rest is put into a HTML document  and a javascript file.

Cheers boss. I'll have a crack at this when I get some freetime.

 

For the time being I've used @Setup's method here.

 

To be honest I'm only creating it to get a verified Amazon Associates account so it doesn't need to be perfect, hence it being very much work in progress.

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Right click, then go to View Source. You'll see:

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 4.8.1" />

Looking further, the source theme is the Wordpress theme "twentyfifteen", modified.

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10 hours ago, IP.Board said:

Right click, then go to View Source. You'll see:

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 4.8.1" />

Looking further, the source theme is the Wordpress theme "twentyfifteen", modified.

nope is not twentyfifteen is a chil theme risa

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On 12/22/2017 at 2:49 AM, titcrunch said:

nope is not twentyfifteen is a chil theme risa

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I said it is a modified theme of TwentyFifteen, which it is. Risa is a child theme based on TwentyFifteen: https://themetally.com/theme/risa

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