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Re: Evaluating Twitter Feed


From: glen walker
Date: Sep 23, 2020 12:51PM

Also meant to mention you can get some info at

On Wed, Sep 23, 2020 at 12:50 PM glen walker < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> After you agree to a 30+ page terms and conditions page,
> https://developer.twitter.com/en/developer-terms/agreement-and-policy,
> you can create a feed via https://publish.twitter.com/. I played with it
> for a minute and there aren't many options ("set customization options"
> button). You can specify the size (width/height) of the element, a
> light/dark color theme, and the language. The feed itself is embedded with
> an iframe, which isn't surprising. The language seems to propagate down
> such that the lang property is set on the first main <div> in the <body>.
> The feed always seems to have a "load more tweets" (or "Weitere Tweets
> laden" in my German test case) button at the bottom so there isn't an
> infinite scroll problem. But you do have to tab forever to get through
> it. From a conformance perspective, tabbing forever isn't a strict
> failure. From a UX perspective, it'd be nice to have a "skip tweets area"
> link.