Twitter Feeds

These can be added to the main body of the page or into the sidebar using an NUIG Code Only content type.  You can also add it into a 3D content panel (but you need to be in its HTML view).

First, work out your Twitter timeline embed code by following these instructions.
Or else use ISS's recommended code (just change the bold bits):

<p id="tw"><a href="" class="twitter-timeline" data-chrome="nofooter noborders transparent" data-tweet-limit="5" data-aria-polite="assertive"> Tweets by @YourTwitterHandle </a></p>
if (consentFunctionality) {
var script = document.createElement('script');
script.src = "";
script.type = 'text/javascript';
script.charset = 'utf-8';
script.defer = true;
} else {
document.getElementById("tw").style="border:2px solid #f2f2f2; background-color: #fcfcfc; padding:5%;";
document.getElementById("tw").innerHTML="Twitter embeds only work if 'Functionality' cookies are allowed.&nbsp; <a href=\"javascript:toggleCookieInfo()\">Manage Cookies</a>";

Then, choose your content type ('NUIG Code Only' / 3D Content Panel) and paste this code in.
Remember: If you're pasting into a 3D content panel, click on HTML before you paste - otherwise it won't work.

Twitter in a 3D Content Panel

See how this content type looks in different page types:
With Rightbar, Without Rightbar, Widescreen, and Ultra-Wide (sub-site) / Ultra-Wide (top-level) pages
or else
Normal, Widescreen, and Ultra-Wide (Sub-Site) / Ultra-Wide (Top-Level) Landing pages

Note: You change a page's width (and other options) using its section's DC.Keywords field - see my interactive demonstration for full information.