The Premium Web Builder's script module allows you to add different types of scripts, and in the case of Twitter, you can add their follow buttons.  The following article explains how to use the script module in the Builder to add a Twitter button.

 

Inserting the Twitter Follow Button on your Website Page

Get the Twitter Code

  1. First you will need to get the Twitter code.  Go to Twitter Buttons.  Note that there are other Twitter button types, but we are concentrating on using the FOLLOW button.  Click on the radial button next to FOLLOW to select it.
  2. Preview of the buttonYou will see that there are different BUTTON OPTIONS.  Uncheck SHOW USERNAME and the button that is being previewed on the right will only show FOLLOW without the user name for your Twitter account.
  3.  Box containing code under the FOLLOW buttonOnce you have selected the options you want to use for the buttons, click on in the box under the Follow button and copy the code.  You may want to copy it to an open notepad page or other plain text editor until you can paste the code down in the Script Module.
     

Place the Twitter Code into the Builder

  1. Login to the Builder
  2. Click on EDIT (4) in the top menu bar of the Builder. 
  3. Go to the page where you want to add the TWITTER button.
  4. On the right side of the builder, you see a column called MODULES.  If you do not see it, then click arrows next to the words SHOW MODULES.  Click and drag the SCRIPT icon onto your web page.  When you release it you will see the following:

    Blank Script window
  5. Click on the PROPERTIES link in the top right hand corner of the script window. 

    Replace the text in the script window with the code from the Twitter page.  Make sure that none of the doe
  6. Click on SAVE in the top left hand corner of the Builder screen.

In order to see the button appear, you need to PUBLISH the web site.  Click on PUBLISH in the Builder when you are read to see the website page with the Twitter code.  When published, the button may look like the following:

publishedPage with publishe buggons twitter buttons

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