Thanks to both BJ Weschke and Dean Collins for your time and help - I
will now send him these details and hope he can make some sense out
it :-) and for the record, I always try to help where I can....it
makes me feel less useless :-)

All the best
Cheers from a freezing Gothenburg evening


On Jan 26, 4:12 pm, BJ Weschke <bwesc...@btwtech.com> wrote:
>   Bless you for the initial research and letting the coder just go and
> sling code. :-)
>
>   Using the @Anywhere JS library, you'll want to have your developer
> check here:http://dev.twitter.com/anywhere/begin#login-signup
>
> On 1/26/2011 7:09 AM, Madswede wrote:
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> > Hi,
>
> > Not a technical person but would like to know how to have the Twitter
> > login facility on my website so my visitors can use their twitter
> > details to login to my site with.
> > I have a developer but thought I would do the research work for him so
> > he just has to implement it....hope it makes sense to you guys too.
>
> > Thanks for reading this,
>
> > Cheers from Sweden

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