Help with jQuery InstaShow

Answers to user questions and issue solutions for the InstaShow plugin. These articles are applicable to jQuery version of the plugin. If they didn’t assist you in fixing an issue or getting your question answered, please, contact the Elfsight Support Team.

Instagram feed InstaShow is not going responsive on mobile

Many people will browse your website from a mobile device, and in this case it is crucial to have your feed look just as good on mobile as it is on desktop. One image for all screen resolutions and different devices is definitely not enough. For this purpose, we have the responsive breakpoints setting that allows you to optimize the feed dimensions for various small display screens.

Can I like or comment on an Instagram post in InstaShow?

Unfortunately, the only thing our plugin does is display this information (likes, dislikes and comments) in read-only format. However, when you’re setting up your feed, you can choose from one of the two options of viewing an image – either in a popup window, or on Instagram.

InstaShow browser support

To have the best experience with InstaShow, use a supported browser, and you’ll get improved security and performance. InstaShow supports these browsers: Google Chrome 49+; Firefox 47+; Safari 9+; Edge 13+; IE 11.

How to display Instagram images by location in InstaShow

Starting with the release of our latest update from December 12, 2016 InstaShow now supports a new and very much requested type of source – Instagram location. The Location source allows you to display images linked to a certain location. Cities, places to go, nature spots – you can now feature all of these in your Instagram feed.

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