When trying to embed or link a tweet within the code of a page, developers may come across the error message “Cannot read property 'code' of undefined”. Embedding and linking tweets is a great way to display content on a web page, so it’s important to figure out the source of this error message. We’re here to help!
Verify that you have included the Twitter widgets.js file correctly
The widgets.js file is necessary to apply tweet embedding into the code of a page. Before trying to embed a particular tweet, double-check to make sure that the file has been inserted correctly.
Test to see if the tweet has the proper syntax and is the most current version of the tweet
In some cases, the error message is caused by improper syntax, formatting, or inclusion of old, cached version of the tweet. Make sure to test the tweet by inserting the URL directly into the text of the page to make sure that the current version of the tweet is being inserted.
Make sure that you are testing in an environment that Twitter is compatible with
What type of file is necessary to embed a tweet?
The necessary file to insert a tweet into a page's code is the Twitter widgets.js file. This file holds the necessary resources needed to embed a tweet.
Will tweets work in every environment?
How can I determine if the tweet I'm trying to embed is the most recent?
To make sure that the tweet being inserted is in its most recent and accurate form, it's important to test the URL of the tweet directly into the text. This will ensure that the most up-to-date version of the tweet is being embedded.
Why can't I read the 'code' of the tweet?
How can I fix the 'Cannot read property 'code' of undefined' error?
In order to fix the "Cannot Read Property 'code' of Undefined" error, developers should first verify that the Twitter widgets.js file has been correctly included in the page. Additionally, make sure to test the tweet by inserting the URL directly into the text of the page to make sure that the current version of the tweet is being inserted. Lastly, make sure that the tweet is being tested in an environment that Twitter is compatible with.