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InstaGallery

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This add-on allows you to subscribe to one or more Instagram accounts, automatically fetching the list of images, and optionally importing those images to the file manager. The fetched images are displayed in a flexible and responsive gallery block.

Simply upload further images to your Instagram account and have them automatically appear on your concrete5 website.

The gallery block features:

  • Pulling images from either the Instagram feeds or a File Set
  • The ability to specify the number of images per row and spacing
  • A responsive layout (which is also easy to customise via the block template)
  • Pagination
  • A lightbox option

As the gallery block can refer to file sets, you can use it with any set of images you like.

Alternatively, as the Instagram images can be imported to the file manager you also have the flexiblity to use a different gallery or slideshow block.

Other features include:

  • The ability to auto-display images, or leave them hidden for review
  • An automated job, to schedule the feed fetching
  • Two methods of integration, the Official APi, as well as a 'Simple Method' which requires only the entry of an Instagram handle

Generally Instagram feeds are limited to only the last 20 images - this add-on will store references (or the images themselves) beyond the initial 20.

Disclaimer
A component of this add-on uses Instagram's API and is therefore reliant on it continuing to be accessible. As Instagram reserves the right to change or remove their API at any time it cannot be guaranteed that all features of the add-on will continue to work indefinitely. Refunds will only be offered if the add-on does not work as described at the time of purchase.

Current Version: 1.0
Fully Translatable: Yes
Needs External Libraries: No
Compatible 5.7.5+
License: Standard
Support Response: Replies to tickets every few days.
Support Hosted: On concrete5.org
Needs extra server permissions: No
Needs Internet: No
Marketplace Tests:
Passed Automated Tests
Passed PRB Review