Now that you’ve gotten your Twitter widget all beautiful and styled to your hearts content, you can insert it into your actual website. Don’t worry about logging in again once it’s imported, remember you already connected your account when creating it.
Highlight the HTML code and copy it (you will need all of it). Go to your Word Press Admin log in, if you’ve forgotten how to get to it, click here for the link to the official log in page; you will have to type in your domain name into the browser search bar and add /WP-Admin to access your own WordPress account.
Once logged in hover over ‘Appearance’ and click ‘Widgets’. Once inside the Widgets page you will be confronted with a page like the second image below;
On the far right there is a sidebar with multiple drop down menus. Your twitter feed should be in either ‘Primary Sidebar’ or one of the Footers.
Once you’ve found the twitter feed location simply paste in your HTML code into the text box. You should then click ‘save’ at the bottom.
Once saved go to your website and you should find your twitter feed in the location you’ve chosen (Footer 1,2,3 or primary sidebar). It should look like our example below if in the Footer 3;