Embedded Tweet frequently asked questions¶
A fully-rendered Tweet does not display on my page¶
An Embedded Tweet comes in two parts: a
<blockquote> into a fully-rendered Tweet.
If you see Tweet text on your page but not a fully-rendered Tweet it’s possible your CMS or editing interface stripped the
<script> needed to render the Tweet.
Try switching to a “text,” “HTML,” or “code editing” mode to directly input the pre-formatted Tweet information. Rich-text or WYSIWYG editors can misinterpret pasted HTML code, which may interfere with placing a Tweet on your page.
</body> element in your website template:
Will Embedded Tweets adapt to my responsive site?¶
An Embedded Tweet will adjust to the width of its containing element when inserted into a page. An Embedded Tweet requires a minimum width of 220 pixels and will fill up to 550 horizontal pixels.
How can I create an Embedded Tweet of a consistent height?¶
A basic Embedded Tweet includes Tweet text up to 140 characters in length, author information, a timestamp, and Tweet actions. An Embedded Tweet shows the previous Tweet in a conversation and photos, a video, or a link preview associated with the Tweet by default. Set conversation and cards parameters to false to limit Tweet display to just its basic formatting.