Support » Plugin: Rotating Tweets (Twitter widget and shortcode) » Only a gray divider line where tweets should be :-(

  • Resolved jloram



    I only get a gray line where my tweets should be. Any ideas why?
    This expecially happens in Chrome and Firefox.
    IE seemd to be working–HOW CRAZY IS THAT?!?!
    elp, t
    Here’s the shortcode I’m using.
    [rotatingtweets screen_name=’jimmyloram’ timeout=’5000′ show_follow=’1′]

    Please help, thanks!!!

    BTW, LOVE this plugin–when it’s working!!!


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  • Plugin Author Martin Tod


    Hi Jimmy,

    Glad you like it.

    Could you give me a link? Normally this happens due to the interaction of Rotating Tweets with another plug-in or the theme – so it’s hard to solve without seeing the site.

    Best wishes,




    Plugin Author Martin Tod


    Do you mean the rotating tweet box at the top? It looks fine to me!

    Which browser are you using?



    Okay, I just pasted a pic at the bottom of the page to show you what I’m seeing.

    go here and scroll to the bottom of the page

    You’ll see what I’m saying.

    It does work in Explorer for some reason.

    Plugin Author Martin Tod


    How odd.

    It’s working for me in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. Which version of which browser doesn’t work?

    One option might be to use a different technique to add your logo to the Twitter feed.

    What happens if you add this to your CSS:

    div.rotatingtweet {
    	background-image: url('');
    	background-position:left top;
    	padding-left: 110px;

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