You may want to embed a tweet mentioning your product, service, or a review on your website page. Here’s how you can do it using custom code.
Step 1 – Get the embed code of the tweet
Locate the tweet you want to embed in your Twitter newsfeed or on the Twitter user's profile, and then follow this instruction:
Click the More icon located on the top-right of the tweet.
In the dropdown menu of options, choose </>Embed post.
Copy the code by clicking the Copy Code button.
Step 2 - Add the embed code to your page
Go to the Sitebuilder and click the Add a block (+) Plus button and in the Blocks library, click the HTML Embed block and choose the <HTML> layout.
Hover over the block to activate the control pane, and then click the Custom HTML icon.
- Paste the code you have copied from Twitter into the Custom HTML field.
Step 3 - Add <center> tags
Once you have pasted this code into the Custom HTML field, you'll want to center-align the Twitter post so it doesn't automatically appear pushed up against the left or right side of your webpage.
Wrap the code with <center> and </center> tags so the image displays in the center of your page. Click Submit.
The results will not be visible at this stage, you need to publish your site for your code to be executed. If you want to check how the code works before publishing, use the Preview button on the Topbar.
Step 4 - Publish the page
Once done, click Publish in the upper right corner of the Sitebuilder to make the changes live.