The Instagram widget allows you to display a list of posts (feed) from Instagram in a widget area/sidebar. It displays the photos in a grid layout.
In this article, we’ll explain how to get a User ID and Access Token from the Instagram website and then display the Instagram feeds through the Instagram widget in the Jupiter WordPress theme.
Getting a User ID and Access Token
First you’ll need to get a User ID and Access Token from the Instagram website. These are required if you want to display an Instagram feed.
To get a User ID and Access Token:
Displaying Instagram Feeds
In order to display Instagram feeds in a widget area/sidebar, you’ll need to add the JP – Instagram widget to a widget area/sidebar and then configure its settings.
To add the widget:
|Title||Displays a title at the top of the widget. If left empty, it will show nothing at the top of the feed.
|Instagram User ID||Sets the User ID obtained in the previous steps.
|Access Token||Sets the Access Token obtained in the previous step.
|Number of photo to show|| Determines the number of the visible photos.
|Sort by||Determines the order of the links based on Most Recent, Least Recent, Most Liked, Least Liked, Most Commented, Least Commented and Random.
|Open links in new tab?||Determines whether or not the images will open in a new browser tab when they are clicked.
|Image Size||Determines the size of the images (Thumbnail(150×150), Low Resolution(306×306), and Standard Resolution(612×612).
|How many Images in One Row||Determines the number of images in each row of feed.