Twitter cards validation and verification for domain


#1

I have web site where users can create theirs pages. This pages contain twitter button. I also wont to add meta tags for twitter cards on this pages bot I do not know do I need to validate and submit every created page separately at https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards/validation/validator or with this validation I validate all domain.
Or is there some API for automatic page submission?


#2

The validator approves an entire (sub) domain name for the kind of cards you’re validating. You don’t need to use the validator for each possible URL.


#3

If we were validated for a summary card and decide to switch to summary card large image and get approved on one page, does it apply to all pages? Is there a Twitter cache we need to clear on your end? We are only seeing the newly validated page with the large summary image despite all the other pages having the proper large summary image code.


#4

I’m having the same Issue!!
How can I update the validator to “see” my new card type?

Pffffff Working on this for days now!!


#5

Sorry for the lack of clarity here. Our system caches for 7 days.

You can look here to learn more about our cache, and how to refresh it on a page-by-page basis.

https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards/troubleshooting#caching


#6

Sorry for the lack of clarity here. Our system caches for 7 days.

You can look here to learn more about our cache, and how to refresh it on a page-by-page basis.

https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards/troubleshooting#caching


#7

Unfortunately this requires a user to be logged in and post two tweets to their timeline (manually). I would like to automate this process when a user updates the content of one of their pages.

Is there no api for forcing a page re-scrape, such as with facebook? Facebook you can do it once of two ways:

Having to create fake twitter account set to private (so tweets are not visible), and then set up a complex routine to create one use only bit.ly urls and then getting tokens to sendhte tweets is kind of crazy. A simple API such as above would be great.

I have implemented automated updates via the facebook graph api, and would like to have a way to do the same for twitter cards. Its time consuming responding to customers explaining why twitter cards do not update when their page content updates.


#9

@EFleaAuctions I would concur enitrely. I looked in detail and come to the same conclusion. Did you find out anything more yourself?

@rchoi is there a suggestion area we could vote for this extension to the api?


#10

There is currently no API for this. Our Platform Roadmap is at https://t.co/roadmap and you are free to comment on it via https://twittercommunity.com/c/dev-platform-feedback/roadmap

Your best bet is to follow the Cards Troubleshooting documentation and resubmit your card URL for revalidation in the validation, possibly using a redundant URL parameter to flush the cache.


Clear twitter card cache through API
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