First post here so not sure if I am going about the correct way. Anyways, I am not a coder, but good at following simple examples. I have been able to setup a widget on my company website (Rapidweaver) and have successfully added settings for data-chrome=“transparent”, data-tweet-limit=“20”, etc. The feed looks good and the default background of our page comes through nicely.
Problem is, we use lots of png images with transparent backgrounds. If you pick the light theme on the Twitter Widget setup, any image transparency turns white. If you pick the dark theme all image transparencies are turned black. Both look bad. It seems that the transparency setting only applies to the feed itself and any images are still forced to use the light or dark theme.
Does anyone have a piece of code that can be added in to force transparency on the images within the tweets?
Can see what I’m talking about here: http://www.ipec-inc.com/twitter/ Our 20th anniversary logo and a tweet showing some of our systems have white backgrounds on a transparent widget.
Thanks in advance for any help,