Integrate Instagram images directly into your website quickly and easily. The hottest social media photo sharing website is a great way to interact with your audience. Now you can share those same photos on your website instantly.
Simply add this block to your page and choose from one of three feed options:
- A specific user's most recent images
- Latest popular trending images
- Recent images by a specific hashtag
This block can be used for a variety of purposes including:
- Sharing photos taken on your smartphone and publish them automatically on your website.
- Get fresh new images and content for your site, making it more search engine friendly.
- Add relevant photos on a specific topic (hashtag) to match your website's topic.
- Inviting your customers/members to post their photos on Instagram with a specific hashtag for instant publishing on your website.
This is perfect for almost any business, organisation or community group. For example, if you run a website for your child's soccer team, then invite other parents to post their photos on Instagram with a specific hashtag (like #littlejetssoccer) and they will be shared instantly on the team website.
Don't get left behind! Make the smart choice and integrate Instagram into your website like a pro.
Download from the Concrete5 Marketplace ($15)
- 3 content sources: images by user, trending images, images by hashtag
- Flexible sizing and layout options (optimised image sizing for fast loading times)
- 2 developer integration methods (free Instagram developer account for best results - instructions included)
- Optional thumbnail image effects
- Control how many images to show
- Grid or list layout options, plus padding control
- 5 skin options
- Control linking behaviour of images (or no links if preferred)
- Optionally set the background colour behind the images
- Animated "loading" icon while images are pre-loading for a clean, professional feel
- Fully responsive design - works perfect on mobile devices
- Easy step-by-step instructions provided (on the "help" tab within the editor interface).
Q: Why the funny add-on name?