On Nov 3, 7:03 am, "lane.montgomery" <lane.montgom...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, just signed up for the forum and posting a new topic. Gotta love > people like me, but I really need the help. > > When I make a call to the API like this: > > $user1results = $to->OAuthRequest('https://twitter.com/friends/ > ids/'.$user1.'.json', array(), 'GET'); > > or this: > > $user1results = $to->OAuthRequest('https://twitter.com/followers/ > ids/'.$user1.'.json', array(), 'GET'); > > and pass the $user1 variable from a form entry, no matter what it is, > it always returns MY username's friend list or follower list. > > Am I crazy, I thought you could request other people's info as long as > your account had access to that information on Twitter. But no matter > what I do, even hard-coding somebody's username in there, it still > only pulls my information. > > 7am and headed out to work, but I was up to 3am this morning working > on this to no avail. I really am stuck. > > Let me know if you want to help me but need more code examples. I am > using the standard OAuth library linked to from twitter's apikiwi by: > Abraham Williams (abra...@abrah.am)http://abrah.amif that helps any. > > Thanks to anybody for any assistance you can offer!