August 27, 2012

How to Make Embedded Tweets Responsive

Twitter embeds were introduced in WordPress 3.4, allowing you to insert tweets by pasting a link to that tweet on a line of its own, in you post or page content. However, many responsive themes (including mine) resulted in broken layouts on narrow screens, since the embedded tweet will get a fixed width of 550 pixels…

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