Thanks for your email. Its a known issue with the migration to
twimg.com. We recommend while we fix the issue that you transform the
url to https://s3.amazonaws.com/twitter_production/profile_images/###/###.jpg,
the same url's we use if you browse the site via HTTPS.
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 7:54 AM, Alexaybarb...@gmail.com wrote:
Our app uses https during the user session and in order to prevent
errors in some browsers we must make sure that all files (including
images) are loading via https as well.
Up until now we were just taking the profile image URL and swapping
http for https in the URL, and everything worked fine. For example:
However I am noticing that as profile images get migrated to twimg.com
the SSL is no longer working, and as a result we are not able to load
the images for those users.
For example, @garyvee's profile image is:
But it will not load if we request:
Do you have plans to support https requests on the twimg.com