GitPitch Pro + Lite subscriptions activate Tweets.
For detailed Tweet documentation including sample markdown, see the Markdown Pro Widgets guide.
Embedded Tweets are dependent on content served by twitter.com. As such, if you are developing or presenting a slide deck when offline the content of your Tweet will not be available for rendering on your slide.
GitPitch attempts to handle this gracefully by automatically replacing the fully rendered Tweet card with a simple link to the Tweet online. Once Internet access has been restored, the fully rendered Twitter card will be displayed once again.
Modern Web browsers offer sophisticated content blocking policies, which include smart tracking protection. In most cases, this is a very good thing for end-users.
However, depending on the content-blocking policies activated in your Web browser, embedded Tweets served by twitter.com may be prevented from rendering on your slides.
The screenshot on the left captures a cleanly rendered embedded Tweet. The screenshot on the right captures slide rendering when a Tweet is treated as blocked content.
As you have no control over the Web content blocking policies of your audience, this note is simply provided to draw your attention to these policies and their potential consequences. If needed, you can inform your audience accordingly.