alex's solution to "Image sharing on Twitter page"

####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](http://www.jaisenmathai.com/articles/twitter-async-documentation.html) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). To complete your request. The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/25173d392U0Y) and unzip. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy!
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](http://www.jaisenmathai.com/articles/twitter-async-documentation.html) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). To complete your request. The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/25173d392U0Y) 2s0S1g0e2k3U), unzip, and unzipupload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy!! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session.
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](http://www.jaisenmathai.com/articles/twitter-async-documentation.html) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). To complete your request. The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/2s0S1g0e2k3U), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](http://www.jaisenmathai.com/articles/twitter-async-documentation.html) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). To complete your request. The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/2s0S1g0e2k3U), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. If you would like to test it out, I have a demo [here](http://0x60.com/examples/twitapp/). ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/2s0S1g0e2k3U), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](http://www.jaisenmathai.com/articles/twitter-async-documentation.html) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/jmathai/twitter-async) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. If you would like to test it out, I have a demo [here](http://0x60.com/examples/twitapp/). ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/2s0S1g0e2k3U), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](https://github.com/jmathai/twitter-async) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. If you would like to test it out, I have a demo [here](http://0x60.com/examples/twitapp/). ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/2s0S1g0e2k3U1G3W1X121e29), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](https://github.com/jmathai/twitter-async) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. If you would like to test it out, I have a demo [here](http://0x60.com/examples/twitapp/). ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/1G3W1X121e293y3c0l0D0H23), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**
####Overview I used a combination of both Jaisen Mathai's [Twitter-Async Library](https://github.com/jmathai/twitter-async) and Matt Harris' Twitter [OAtuh library](https://github.com/themattharris/tmhOAuth). The final result is a one page PHP file that should do the job. If you would like to test it out, I have a demo [here](http://0x60.com/examples/twitapp/). ####Instructions 1. Download [this](http://cl.ly/3y3c0l0D0H233T0h0a0N1z2Q), unzip, and upload it to your webserver. 2. Add your application consumer key and consumer secret key to the `secret.php` file in the `lib` directory. 3. Enjoy! ####Note(s) The code is set to echo the URL of the image from the PHP into the HTML because to try and get it from the `
` would require possibly another HTTP request and the PHP script allows for only one request and then it will clear the session. **The end result looks like [this](https://twitter.com/0x60/status/248614013594914816/photo/1)**

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