Twitter posts with pictures

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    Colby Maughan

    Hello David,

    Unfortunately the Widget doesn't support pictures at this point in time, but it's possible to create an HTML or Web Page Widget to display a Twitter feed instead of using our Twitter Widget if you need pictures as well.

    1. Follow this article to get embed code for the feed you want to use.
    2. In your presentation in Rise Vision, add an HTML Widget to a placeholder.
    3. Paste the embed code between the <body> and </body> tags in the HTML widget.
    4. Click save.


    Please keep in mind:
    - The embedded feed won't scroll.
    - The HTML widget doesn't listen automatically for updates.


    You can work around this by using a web page widget instead.


    -  The Web Page Widget supports automatic scrolling of content.  It adds a layer of complication, though, because you'll need to create a Web Page.  (You can copy and paste it from the HTML widget into a text file, change the file extension to HTML, then upload it to Rise Storage)
    - The Web Page Widget also has a feature you can enable to reload it every time it appears on screen. The only catch is, it will need to rotate with some other content for it to do what you want.

    I hope this helps!

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    David Lee

    This helps a lot!  I got the webpage widget to appear, but I can't find a way to get it to automatically scroll.  Is that a checkbox feature embedded in the widget, or do we have to code that in the html itself?

    Thanks again!

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    Robb Price

    David,

    The scroll functionality would have to be built into the HTML itself. Let me know how you make out!

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