Popup gets stuck behind the header/menu in InstaShow WordPress plugin

We use WordPress’ best practices to make our plugins and apps as compatible as possible with other plugins and themes. However, sometimes conflicts still occur, and the Instagram Feed popup might conflict with the WordPress theme’s layout.

When this happens, some elements of the website (for example, the header or the menu) overlay Instagram Feed’s popup window, not letting you close the popup, or view the whole image.

There is an easy fix for this kind of behavior. Just add the following CSS code to Custom CSS field on InstaShow Preferences page in your WordPress admin panel:

.eapps-widget.eapps-instagram-feed-popup{ z-index: 999999999; }

This code will allow Instagram Feed to open the popup over the conflicting elements.