Frequently asked questions
A fully-rendered Tweet does not display on my page
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.
What happens when an author deletes their Tweet?
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.