Hey, I think Hubpages have a nice publishing system, but it's sad the tag is not allowed... This destroys the layout of embedded tweets in articles when trying with the Text capsule.
You might have already tested it... I think probably they could just add a Twitter capsule so that we can easily add/embed tweets in articles.
After all, it's a top social network. I want to do a "Reviews and Reactions" article for a product with a lot of embedded tweets. But considering how the system currently is, the article won't look good.
Can a Twitter capsule be added? What do you think?
In that case they'd have to add an embed option for Facebook statuses too. I'm guessing that it could open a pot of worms due to the fact replies may be on banned topics in some cases, so way too many moderation issues?
Can you add the tweets as images rather than embeds? Or are you looking for real time updating?
Wouldn't having real-time Tweets on Hubs ultimately just become a revisit of the duplicate content issues that came from all that RSS retrieved content that everyone spent so much time ditching from their pages over the last two years?
I think so, too. Not to mention the fact that it would post tons of spammy links on the page.
by Thomas Swan 7 weeks ago
Is it possible to embed tweets in hubs? I recently updated an old hub after finding a particularly relevant tweet, but I had to put the tweet in an image (screenshot) because I couldn't find a way to embed it.
by Catherine Giordano 17 months ago
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