What To Do? Seeing Twitter Blocked Our Domain.
Right now dtathemes is at a crossroad and it’s really a place we don’t want to be. With the most recent problem with Twitter blocking our sites URL from being able to be tweeted. We have a few options that we could do. 
We have filed tickets all day to hope to get it fixed. “And we hope you have been to.” But sadly with Twitter it’s hard to get someone in authority to listen. And from the looks of it this could not be fixed anytime soon. 
So the choices we have are to change our URL to dta-themes.com or to shut the site down. Both are things we really don’t want to do. It’s just hard to believe that a company as big as Twitter would slander another site without any proof of wrongdoing. If we do close our doors we might just leave the repo up and keep it updated as well. We don’t want the wrongdoing of Twitter to punish our users that have supported us in everything we have done. 
Nothing is set in stone yet. This is just a post to keep you all updated on what has been going on in the last 24 hours with dtathemes. 

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