Shortcodes in WordPress are little bits of code that let you do various things with little effort. With shortcodes, one single line is all it takes to add functionality to your website that would otherwise need a lot of coding. All our plugins generate WordPress shortcodes. You can use them the same way you’d use any other WordPress ones.
No matter how simple the installation process might be, errors do sometimes happen at this stage, and our plugin is not an exception, and some of our customers have reported installation errors as well.
If new images don’t display in your widget right away, the most likely reason for this is plugin’s cache. Your widget takes the data from the cache which hasn’t expired yet.
As a rule, shortcodes are no trouble at all, In fact, they are meant not to give you any trouble. But sometimes you might have errors with them, too.
This behavior is easy to fix, and we're happy to tell you how to do it.
For the best performance with InstaLink, use the latest version of a browser listed below. InstaLink runs in the following browsers: Google Chrome 49+; Firefox 47+; Safari 9+; Edge 13+; IE 11.
Sometimes you'll notice that InstaLink doesn't display all the images available by username or hashtag. Don't get hasty and report a bug straight away. Here's one reason this might happen.
As we constantly strive to improve the quality of our products, we regularly issue new updates and we recommend that all our customers use the latest versions of our products. Updating InstaLink is pretty easy, however, sometimes questions arise. That is why we are giving you this how-to.
This is a question our customers often ask. Is it possible to use InstaLink several times on one website, and if it is, how do you do it?