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 configure and customize your main feed by using the options on the plugin’s Configure and Customize pages, and can display your feed by using the standard
To display more feeds, you can override your main settings directly in the shortcode. For example, to display a feed which shows 9 photos in 3 columns you would use:
[instagram-feed num=9 cols=3]
You can find a full list of all of the available shortcode options by clicking on the Display Your Feed tab within the plugin’s Settings page in WordPress.
Displaying Multiple User Feeds
Due to some recent Instagram API changes it is now only possible to display user feeds for accounts that you are able to log in to or have an Access Token for. Therefore, in order to display multiple user feeds you will now need to connect each account you want to display. However, you can still display multiple Instagram feeds if you have login access to multiple accounts, or by displaying hashtag feeds instead of user feeds.
In order to display feeds from multiple accounts there are two options:
You can display a separate feed for each account by setting the username of a connected account directly in the shortcode, like so:
You can combine feeds from accounts you own into one single feed by setting multiple usernames of connected accounts in the shortcode, like so:
[instagram-feed user='smashballoon, johndoe, janesmith'].
Connecting Multiple Accounts in Version 2.10
In version 2.10 of the Instagram Feed Pro version you can now “connect” multiple accounts and easily manage them in the new user interface (shown below). This allows you to easily display multiple feeds by just setting the username of each connected account in the
user shortcode option:
user='smashballoon, johndoe, janesmith'