Can I display photos from someone else’s Instagram account

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 […]

How do I display multiple Instagram feeds?

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 shortcode.

Can I disable the mobile/responsive layout of the Instagram feed?

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 […]

How can I hide specific Instagram photos from my feed?

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 […]

How do I add the “verified” checkmark to my feed?

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 […]

Move the ‘Follow on Instagram’ button to the top of your feed

You can move the ‘Follow on Instagram’ button from the bottom of your feed to the top by just adding the following snippet to the plugin’s Custom JavaScript section, which […]

Display photo caption when hovering over photo

Version 2.0 and above To do this in version 2.0 and above simply use the checkboxes in the ‘Information to display’ setting to choose which information to show when hovering […]

Creating a carousel or slideshow from your Instagram photos

Version 2.0 and above Version 2.0 and above has a carousel/slideshow feature built right into it. Simply use the ‘Carousel’ settings on the plugin’s Customize page to create a carousel […]

Center the header of my Instagram feed

By default the header image and text is aligned to the left. To center the header you can simply add the following CSS to the plugin’s Custom CSS section, which […]

How to change the color of the icons when a photo has a like or comment

By default the like and comment icons for each photo will remain the same color whether they are 0 or not. You can add a JavaScript snippet to the plugin […]