Simply Instagram displays your photos from Instagram either using Widget or Short Code.
The Simply Instagram plugin display your Instagram photos in three Endpoints that Instagram offers through shortcode for Post and Page or using Widget.
This plugin requires your Instagram ID and Access Token. Major update on version 1.1 is the on page Instagram Authorization. After activating the plugin, go to Settings -> Simply Instagram then login to your Instagram account and authorize this plugin to access your Instagram data. If you authorize Simply Instagram, it will retrieve your ID and Access Token.
This plugin is using prettyPhoto and Masonry.
Shortcode Documentation( for guidelines only since v1.2.3 has shortcode generator ready in admin settings ):
1.) Endpoints - Main attributes. Short code will never work with this attribute. a.) Users - This endpoint is used to access your Basic Information. b.) Media - A global endpoint. It will retrieve media API response. 2.) Type - Types of which endpoint supports. It must corresponds with endpoints in order to work. a.) Self Feed - Retrieve your feed based on given output allowed. It includes photos of person you are following. This type is strictly for "users" endpoint only. b.) Recent Media - Retrieve your latest uploads on Instagram based on given output allowed. This type is strictly for "users" endpoint only. c.) Likes - Retrieve photos you like/love. This type is strictly for "users" endpoint only. d.) Popular - Retrieve photos with highest love on Instagram and display randomly. 3.) Size - Photo's resolution. As defined by Instagram, it has 3 values: a.) Thumbnail - Thumbnail size of photo. Exactly 150 x 150. b.) Low Resolution - Exactly 306 x 306. This value is the default for Simply Instagram WordPress Plugin. c.) Standard Resolution - The largest image with highest quality. Dimension is 612 x 612. 4.) Display - Determine how many photos to be shown. Maximum of 20 photos are allowed.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-3-1
5 of 24 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
Got something to say? Need help?