Do you know Twitter let you attach photos with your tweets? If you have a blog or website, you can make a card for it. And when you share your URLs on Twitter, that card will appear with your tweets! All you need to do is simply add an HTML code on your site.
In my previous post, I discussed about Facebook Open Graph. If you've already implemented Facebook Open Graph on your site, then creating a Twitter Card will be much easier for you. Because, Facebook Open Graph an Twitter Card is almost similar.
5 Simple Steps to Create a Card
- Choose a Card Type for your site - ie. Summary Card with Large Image
- Now get the code from there. Change it where necessary.
- Add the code in your site's HTML.
- Test your home page URL through Card Validator.
- Now tweet your site's link and your card will appear below the post!
Twitter Card Code including Open Graph
<meta name="twitter:card" content="Your Ultimate Choice for Computer, Internet, Blogging, SEO & PC Troubleshooting Tips!" /><meta content='summary_large_image' name='twitter:card'/><meta name="twitter:site" content="@markspcsolution" /><meta name="twitter:creator" content="@markspcsolution" /><meta property="og:url" content="http://www.markspcsolution.com/" /><meta property="og:title" content="Marks PC Solution" /><meta property="og:description" content="There is no mistake in the world of technology - everything is learning!" /><meta property="og:image" content="http://s10.postimg.org/g0aysum0p/Marks_PC_Banner.png" />
This is exactly the same code which I'm using for my site. You just need to change in the content option. And you must create an image for the card and upload it to a server. Then share the URL in the image meta.
Here is the embedded tweet for Marks PC Solution -
— Marks PC Solution (@markspcsolution) October 4, 2014
CMS Integration Guide
Twitter has provided a complete integration guide for twitter card. That's why I'm not gonna discuss about the code integration. Simply follow this URL for code integrtion.
Here will find the tutorial for -
If you need any other help, please knock me . . .