A Twitter feed lets your website show your last few tweets, or your favourite tweets, or tweets about a particular subject. You can see one on the PanPage demo website at www.cmsdemo.co.uk/reviews.php.
The first step is to create a Raw/HTML item in the place you want your Twitter feed. A quarter or third width column is usually a good size. Make a note of the width of the column you're putting the item into - you'll need it shortly.
Next go to https://twitter.com/about/resources/widgets.
Select 'My Website' on the left and then choose one of the widget types.
Each type of widget has a wizard to help you configure it - usually in three or four stages. You can select colours to match your website and set the size of the widget. Selecting 'auto' as the width will make the widget fill the width of its column.
After the last stage click 'Finish and Grab Code'. Then right click in the code box and choose 'Copy', or left click and press [Ctrl+C].
Back in PanPage right click in the editor window and choose 'Paste', or left click and press [Ctrl+V].
A Tweet button lets visitors to your website tweet about it with a minimum of effort.
Start with a Raw/HTML item where you want to place the button
Go to Twitter's buttons page and choose 'share a link'.
Customise the button, the Tweet text ('check out this wicked website'?), the URL (your website's address) and select your language language.
Preview your button then grab the code: right click in the code box and choose 'Copy' or left click in it and press [Ctrl+C].
Back in PanPage paste the code into your Raw/HTML item: right click inthe edit window and choose 'Paste' or left click and press [Ctrl+C].
Go and try your new Tweet button!
A Follow button lets visitors to your website follow you on Twitter.
You can add a Follow button just like a Tweet button - except that you choose 'follow' from the Twitter buttons page obviously!