Embedded moments doesn't take limit into account anymore



Since the new Twitter moments update my embedded moments now take up 10,000 pixels in height on my website!

I’ve always been using data-limit=1 into my moments but they have become huge now, not limiting the moments anymore to one tweet. I’m using the embedded HTML code.

So this:

<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<a class="twitter-moment"

Will show as 10,000 pixels in height, with all tweets rather than one.

Any idea how to get it back? I’ve had a nice place for it on my website but now I had to disable it as it was making all pages extremely huge.


Hi there. Thank you for flagging this! I’m going to work on a solution and will report back as soon as I can.


I am using the exact same parameter, data-limit=“1” (or any number) and that parameter does not seem to be responding. The width parameter still works for me, but not the limit parameter. Help!


Hi there. A fix for this bug has been deployed. We apologize for any issues this may have caused you! Please let me know if you still experience any problems.

@remy @BishopChatardHS


Yep, seems fixed. Thanks!


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