Yep, that’s what it looks like right now. Those of you who have never seen Twitter, ignore this.
Twitter Has a Bad Hair Moment
Yep, that's what it looks like right now. Those of you who have never seen Twitter, ignore this….
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John, looks like mobile feed?
Yeah I’ve seen that too. If you scroll down and re-select standard view, that’s worked for me. It looks like it’s in the mobile version even when you’re on your computer. Hmmm… if only bugs were worked out as much as fail whale images are refreshed with new design:)
yeah, except, I’m not on a mobile device and there’s no “m” in the URL. I was Googling around looking at some stuff earlier, and found that URL. Hmmmmm
Your tweets tonight say you’re posting from mobile web, so you must have somehow gotten plugged into that interface. I’ve been on Twitter all night and didn’t see this happen for me.
Ah, I see now that you’ve fixed it. Welcome back. 🙂
yeap! this is very nice. thanks you again for you.
That is the mobile interface m.twitter.com
Twitter seems to remember you last used version: mobile or “full”
This happened to me the other day when I was testing out some stuff… I somehow clicked on a link that went to m.twitter.com… Twitter decided to set a cookie in my browser, so all subsequent visits looked like the mobile browser version.
After a while of dilly-dallying and clicking around, I wound up on the normal version again.
Looks like the external CSS file that defines the layout and style of the page didn’t load for some reason. I see this happen on various sites on the web from time to time.