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HTML Article w/ Social Feed?

TommyDAQ-Bates
Level 6
Level 6

Has anyone out there had any success with a social feed (twitter feed) in an HTML article displaying within DPS 2015?

We've built an article as a Social Feed page, and all the HTML stuff shows up fine, but the feed won't resolve on the published page. Any ideas?

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TommyDAQ-Bates
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Level 6
Level 6

Yes, it wouldn't display. We figured it out. The issue was that we needed to host the feed that we were trying to embed on a server before embedding it into the article.

The feed would show up when we'd test the HTML on a browser page, but once converted to an article, and loaded into the app, it would no longer show up.  So, setting up an intermediary host to resolve the connection. Wouldn't connect directly to the Twitter server.

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rperez_bonnier
Level 5
Level 5

Hi Tommy,

Can you expand on "won't resolve on the published page"? Like it won't display, or it won't refresh....? Is this what is happening when you load the feed in an article within the app? Where does it show up fine? In a desktop browser? What is it failing to do?

TommyDAQ-Bates
Correct answer by
Level 6
Level 6

Yes, it wouldn't display. We figured it out. The issue was that we needed to host the feed that we were trying to embed on a server before embedding it into the article.

The feed would show up when we'd test the HTML on a browser page, but once converted to an article, and loaded into the app, it would no longer show up.  So, setting up an intermediary host to resolve the connection. Wouldn't connect directly to the Twitter server.

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rperez_bonnier
Level 5
Level 5

NIce. Glad you got it. Good to know about these things!

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