Amazon S3 Bucket Policy for Twitter Cards


#1

I had Twitter cards all setup and it was working perfectly…until I moved all my images to an S3 bucket. I’ve been reading that it might have something to do with rights access but I need help figuring out exactly what to do.

An example of what does work: http://narrativefirst.com/articles/distrust-the-process

And a recent example of what doesn’t work: http://narrativefirst.com/articles/rethinking-and-revisiting-the-reservoir-dogs-analysis

The first is self-hosted on my site, the second image is hosted on S3.

How do I set rights access so Twitter can access? Thanks!


#2

I’m seeing:

<meta name="twitter:image" content="http://narrativefirst.comhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/images.narrativefirst.com/articles/re/2017-01-31-110113.jpeg">

Looks like you need to remove “http://narrativefirst.com” from the start of that content tag, otherwise you’re left with an invalid URL.


#3

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