Just run some tests on a widget placed on this site.
Works fine in FF and Safari. Not tested IE yet.
In Chrome it won't display the tweets and as a result, the welcome text to the right moves way up under the slider.
I think this could possibly be a CSS issue, as I am sure there is a better way to set up the div with the text in other than sticking: margin-top: -385px; to get it to sit under the slider. But would this affect the plugin from working correctly?
I grabbed the code for the twitter plugin from the twitter site and it is showing up a validation error also which I'm not sure how to correct.
Thanks for any help.
Just found another site using this widget and it gives the same problem. Fine in FF and Safari but no good in Chrome.
Can the script be fixed or is there a better widget to use for this task?
Just to add this widget would be going on the homepage of a wordpress site.
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