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Basic SimplePie Usage

You'll need a of copy SimplePie for the include right at the top here.

    $feed = new SimplePie();

    if ($feed->error): ?>
        <p><?php echo $feed->error; ?></p>
    <?php endif; ?>

    <?php foreach ($feed->get_items() as $item): ?>
    	<div class="chunk">
    		<h4 style="background:url(<?php $feed = $item->get_feed(); echo $feed->get_favicon(); ?>) no-repeat; text-indent: 25px; margin: 0 0 10px;"><a href="<?php echo $item->get_permalink(); ?>"><?php echo $item->get_title(); ?></a></h4>
    		<p class="footnote">Source: <a href="<?php $feed = $item->get_feed(); echo $feed->get_permalink(); ?>"><?php $feed = $item->get_feed(); echo $feed->get_title(); ?></a> | <?php echo $item->get_date('j M Y | g:i a T'); ?></p>
    <?php endforeach; 

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  1. Matt
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    I was playing around with this but it only loads the tweets the first time, then no further updates. I tried the workaround that SimplePie recommended, commenting out the lines of code, but it rendered the entire file useless.

    Were you able to get this to work?

  2. Fadil
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    Now SimplePie uses an autoloader.php instead of

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