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I love this plugin. It works seamlessly and is very easy to use (and I have used a few!). The support team are amazing and very quick to reply. If you are looking for an option to display your Instagram feed beautifully on your site, this is the one you need.

Penelope from DesigningLove.co

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Spotlight Instagram Feeds

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Developer API

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1 Create feeds of Instagram posts that use a specific hashtag from all over Instagram, not just your accounts. The Instagram API starts out by fetching the latest or most popular 50 posts for each hashtag and continues to update the feed over time. This requires an Instagram Business account.

2 Create feeds of Instagram posts that your account/s are tagged in. For example, ask your customers to tag you in a post where they show your product and they’ll be in with a chance to be featured on your website or to have their post shared on your Instagram feed or story.

You can rely on Spotlight’s default responsiveness settings or customize the feed per device yourself. Many design options can be set to be unique per device with the click of a button. For example, set up a feed to use 3 columns on desktop and tablet devices, but only 2 columns on phones.

Stories are currently displayed in a feed header just as they are on Instagram. Your profile photo will have a red circle around it when a story is available. When a site visitor clicks on the profile photo, your stories are displayed in a popup lightbox over the entire page. Supports both images and videos.

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