Center the “Follow” button over the images in the feed.
If you have images that need to be displayed in their original aspect ratios, you can add the following to the plugin’s Custom CSS section (Instagram Feed > Customize > […]
If you would like to add a “Follow on Instagram” button below a hashtag or location post, use this snippet customized to what account you want to link it to.
If you are using the setting show/remove posts that contain these words or phrases, otherwise known as the includewords/excludewords settings, you may be filtering out too many posts for the […]
When you click on the big blue button on the Configure tab, the plugin will retrieve an access token associated with whatever account is currently logged in on the device […]
Hashtag and location feeds only show publicly available posts. If your feed is missing posts, it’s likely due to the post being from a “private” account. You can try getting […]
When you buy the plugin it is just a one-time purchase. Your purchase includes either a 1 year or 3 year license for support and updates (depending on the license […]
You can display photos from multiple Instagram accounts in the same single feed, mixed together and ordered by date. To do this simply separate the list of access tokens or […]
Instagram’s API doesn’t allow us to request photos in a random order and so the way the random sorting feature works in the plugin is that the plugin gets the […]
By default, our plugin creates square cropped and centered photos for each post. There are a few reasons that this may not look exactly as you need. Below are a […]
Yes. If you need to move your license key from one site to another then simply deactivate your license key on the old site and then you’ll be able to […]
This usually indicates that you’re using an Ajax powered theme or plugin. This means that when navigating your site your theme loads new content into your page without refreshing the […]
As of April 4th, 2018, if you want to show posts from someone else’s Instagram account, you will need his or her access token. You can retrieve this using the […]
We’ve included handy shortcode options in the plugin to allow you to display multiple different feeds, either on the same page or on multiple pages throughout your site. You can […]
If you’re using the latest version of the plugin then you can disable the mobile layout by checking the Disable mobile layout setting on the plugin’s Customize page. This will […]
Using moderation mode (version 2.4 and above) To use a visual interface for hiding posts on the front-end of your site, log in as an admin and enable moderation mode […]
If you’re experiencing an issue updating the plugin via your WordPress Plugins page then you can manually update the Instagram Feed plugin in one of two ways. Uninstall and Reinstall […]
This happens occasionally with some WordPress themes. It is caused by the Access Token in the URL of the settings page, which is added after you’ve clicked the blue Instagram login button […]
The plugin uses inherited padding to set the proper amount of white space between posts. The feed may display as being narrower than other content on your site. You can use this CSS to change this.
The Instagram API does not offer any information about whether a feed is from a verified account or not so this is something you would need to add with some […]