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Joomla Module – Twitter & Facebook Active Feeds

Twitter Facebook Joomla PluginThe WDC Facebook & Twitter Active Feeds plugin is a newly released plugin for the Joomla content management system. If you use Joomla, and Facebook and Twitter, this could be the module for you.

The module allows you to display recent activity from Facebook and Twitter in a tab form on your Joomla-based website. With a simple install and setup, you can get going quickly and connect your social media to your website.

There are a number of features that offer flexibility and functionality. There are 10 different themes to help you find the best fit to match your website’s design and color theme. You can also adjust the width of the module to make it fit your page’s layout.


You can let users see which of your pages are the most shared and what is being posted on your Facebook wall, all while remaining on your site. Again, there’s a lot of flexibility. You can decide whether to show the Facebook header, choose colors based on your mood, adjust the height of content, and change the font styles.


The module allows visitors to see your tweets on your website. There are fewer options for the Twitter feed than the Facebook feed. The only option is to adjust the number of tweets that are displayed in the list.

If you are hooked in to social media and want to tie your Facebook and Twitter accounts to your website, the WDC Facebook & Twitter Active Feeds may be the module for you.

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