Cool idea: https://shkspr.mobi/blog/2021/02/minimum-viable-tweet-to-svg-2/
However, I couldn’t make it work well enough for me. This is a log of my experiments. The writing is not polished and there very well may be mistakes.
Later, I found https://tweet.cluster.fun, which is a Go implementation of edent’s original idea. To make this work, they have to calculate the SVG height. ulated height is then hard-coded in the resulting SVG file. In theory, I could do something similar in Python, but I haven’t tried yet.
- First attempt: Generating SVG files
- Third attempt: bounding rects, bboxes, …
heightCSS property does not include the padding or the border unless you’ve got
box-sizing: border-box;set. I tried this after the second attempt above with at least one thing. What I tried didn’t work. (Problem is there are so many different things, so I’m not sure if there is some other way to do it that would work.)
This did not work for me at all https://www.dyn-web.com/tutorials/iframes/height/