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{{Widget |author=Jeroen De Dauw |provider=Twitter |providerurl= |addedon=07-22-2011 }} This widget allows you to add a '''[ Twitter tweet button]''' to your wiki page. To insert this widget, use the following code: {{#widget:{{PAGENAME}}}} == Parameters == All parameters are required. Each parameter is separated from the others by a new line, begun with a pipe symbol '''"|"''' (don't use spaces in the code). '''If you want to use the default values, then the only required parameter is''' profile'''.''' * '''text''' - The text on the tweet button. Default: Tweet. * '''via''' - related Twitter account to suggest * '''related''' - related Twitter account to suggest * '''count''' - How to display the tweet count: vertical, horizontal or none == Sample result == {{#widget:{{PAGENAME}}}} {{Comments}} Notice: Undefined index: size in /home/yaron57/public_html/w/extensions/Widgets/compiled_templates/ PlusOne.php on line 46

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