In your applications profile, there is a section for your own tokens which 
eradicates the need for pushing through the user authentication process. You 
can use a library to make OAuth requests from that point on, one of which calls 
will be the user_timeline.

Scott.

On 1 Sep 2010, at 08:17, quick5pnt0 wrote:

> Hello
> I just joined this group because today I noticed the twitter page i
> had on my site was no longer working due to the change in Twitter's
> API. Previously I was using php code I found online that made use of
> CURL with basic authentication but unfortunately that no longer works.
> I've looked through the API documentation but it seems that everything
> with oauth involves having the visitor authorize their account to be
> used with my "application" however all I'm looking for is a simple way
> (without using the widget) to post my user timeline on a php page.
> 
> Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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