My app dynamically generates the url and title of a tweet based on client inputs. Based on my understanding from the addthis client api, I use the following code to update my addthis <div> when a user clicks on a button.
Just want to provide more info on the issue. The code I listed above works on gmail. kinda work on yahoo. On yahoo mail, the url got cut off after ‘&’. On linkedin, the url only shows the website address (upto .com).
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