September 19, 2012

Beginners Guide on How to Add Twitter Cards in WordPress

Twitter is slowly rolling out this experimental technology called Twitter Cards which makes it possible for you to attach media experiences to your tweets that link to your content. This very similar to Facebook status. When you paste a link, it adds a preview with title, summary…

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