Twitter engineers battle page rendering issues

The microblogging site says its users are experiencing "intermittent problems" with the way their feeds appear on browsers.

If your Twitter feed suddenly looks a bit squirrely, it's not your eyes or computer.

The microblogging site announced on its support account that engineers are working to solve rendering issues.

Although Twitter referred to the situation as "intermittent problems," the issue appears to be pretty persistent; a hard reload sometimes succeeds at summoning a normal-looking page.

CNET has contacted Twitter for more information about the issue and will update this report when we learn more.

In the meantime, here's an example of what many users are apparently seeing:

Screenshot by Steven Musil/CNET

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