I am using the embed feature to post individual tweets on my website. I would like to use the dark theme for all my tweets and am able to use the individual code for each tweet with (data-link-color="#cc0000" data-theme=“dark”). However when I use the meta tags, it does not convert them to the proper color/theme. I would like to use the meta tags for my website so I don’t have to put the data styling into each individual embed code. The documentation below is from https://dev.twitter.com/docs/embedded-tweets.
"Theme and Color
By default, Tweets render links in the standard blue used by twitter.com. This can be overridden in two ways.
- On individual embedded Tweet codes, the data-link-color attribute sets link color (e.g. data-link-color="#cc0000". Embedded Tweets also support a TweetDeck-style design via the data-theme attribute.
- Adding attributes to many embedded Tweet codes is laborious, so the link color and theme for all embedded Tweet and Embedded Timeline widgets can be set globally using tags: