Auto updating twitter widget

19-Jan-2019 09:28 by 4 Comments

Auto updating twitter widget - updating from a higher level oe to a lower level

I checked on the documentation page (https://dev.twitter.com/docs/embedded-timelines) and in the FAQ (https://dev.twitter.com/docs/embedded-timelines-most-frequent-problems-and-their-solution) and have not found anything on this option.

Embedded timelines are an easy way to embed Tweets on your website in a compact, linear view.

I've written before about how to get breaking news on Twitter, but the approach I discussed there requires the user's intervention.

Many Twitter clients, in fact, force you to interact with the on-screen client in order to get the tweets you want delivered.

Most Twitter for Websites integrations will be well served by the recommended embed code found in the set-up documentation, but you may want to optimize how and when the Twitter for Websites Java Script widgets scans the page DOM to discover new HTML elements eligible for enhancement into buttons or widgets.

Is there a setting that I can configure for an Embedded Timeline to change its update interval?

What kind of frequency are you looking for, and with what kind of timeline? I have integrated this timeline into an LMS page which is called "Chamilo".

I put a tweet button which is ok and send a special hashtag. To get back the answer i have inserted in the same page of th tweet button a timeline listening to this specific hashtag but it's never updating .One of the great things about Twitter is the ability to keep abreast of what's happening.Whether it's local news, influential tweeters or buddies, you can quickly get a snapshot of what's going on that matters to you.Visit publish.to generate embed codes for profiles, lists, and collections.You can also click “Embed this…” from the “•••” menu on timeline screens on Twitter.com, or the “Share” menu of a Tweet Deck column.We wanted a sane balance between new Tweet frequency, server load on our side, using user bandwidth on the client-side, and the performance implications of regular processing in your page.