Thanks, that helped me a lot. My Connect is working now! ;)

On 15 Apr., 12:08, siggy <andrewseig...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> Some of the @anywhere sample code in the "Working with the current
> user" section required some tweaks to get working.
>
> The text specifies a User Callback function but the sample code does
> not.
>
> Also, the twttr.anywhere() function does not appear to work with an
> API key, instead I specify it with the anywhere.js file.
>
> Here is a modified code snippet that appears to work:
>
> //var anywhereApiKey = "abcdefghi-123";
> //twttr.anywhere(anywhereApiKey, "1.0.0", onAnywhereLoad);
> twttr.anywhere(onAnywhereLoad);
> function onAnywhereLoad(twitter)
> {
>         // Conditionally display the Connect Button based on current logged
> in state:
>         if (twitter.isConnected)
>         {
>                 twitter.User.current(user_callback);
>         }
>         else
>         {
>                 twitter("#twitter-connect-placeholder").connectButton();
>         }
>
> };
>
> function user_callback(currentUser)
> {
>         screenName = currentUser.data('screen_name');
>         profileImage = currentUser.data('profile_image_url');
>         profileImageTag = "<img src='" + profileImage + "'/>";
>
>         $('#twitter-connect-placeholder').innerHTML = "Logged in as " +
> profileImageTag + " " + screenName;
>
> };
>
> Thanks,
> Andrew
> twitter.com/siggy_sf


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