Do you want to embed individual political tweets or Facebook posts on your Labour website?
Elementor Builder for WordPress allows you to quote tweets easily and embed Facebook posts inside your pages or posts. Embedding Tweets and Facebook posts onto your website encourages visitors to follow you on social media, further building your profile and electoral support.
This step-by-step guide will show you how to embed Tweets and Facebook posts on your website using Elementor Builder for WordPress.
Elementor Builder makes it easy to embed individual tweets and Facebook posts to pages and posts using the HTML widget method. In simple terms, the drag-and-drop HTML widget in Elementor allows you to embed the code necessary to display the contents from Twitter and Facebook.
Login to your WordPress dashboard. The URL will likely be your domain name, followed by /wp-admin. So, for example, if the domain name for your website is labourwebsitename.com, the URL for the login section would be labourwebsitename.com/wp-admin.
The following video will show how to embed the code into a pre-built post on our website. The same principles would apply to adding a Tweet and Facebook post to a new page or post.
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