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Twitter Feed

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When to Use

Use this when you want to feature tweets on your website and/or promote your Twitter account.

Example: Standard Twitter Widget

Twitter Widget Header

Subhead goes here.

  • Did you know we have on-campus and online tour options? 🌄 We are here to fit your needs. 🙌 Schedule a tour today. 👉


  • “I come from a family of engineers, and having taken engineering classes in high school, I knew that I wanted to pursue some form of engineering. ” - Rylan Nemesh, senior in mining engineering from Allentown, PA. 💛💙


  • Rhododendrons on campus are in full bloom. ☀️


  • RT @WVUBaseball: Soaking it all in! #HailWV


Content Model and Styling Guidelines

The following guidelines will help ensure your content and styling follows our design principles, and ensures consistency and unity across your pages as well as other WVU-branded websites.

Content-Specific Guidelines

Content Max Characters Description
Headline* 48 A headine e.g. “Latest Updates.”
Subhead 56 More details about the account e.g. “For more updates, check us out on Twitter.”
Tweets* N/A A list of the latest tweets.
Twitter Handle* N/A A link to your Twitter account.

* Indiates required content.

Shared CleanSlate Partial

Type: Static (uses editable regions)

This component corresponds to the latest version of the shared twitter-widget partial in the Design System CleanSlate. CleanSlate developers can use this component by adding a shared partial to a template. Below are the available configuration options for this component.