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ImgTurk

Description

ImgTurk for WordPress lets you view any non-private tag or user profile from Instagram right on your WordPress website. It is designed to be clutter free and really easy to use; you do not even need to set up anything in Instagram to get going!

Features

  • Easy to set up
  • Lean and mean
  • Tags and user profiles

Screenshots

  • A 3x3 grid of the latest photos posted by @natgeo
  • All it takes to set it up is a tag or a username!

Installation

  1. Install this plugin through the WordPress plugin directory, or by uploading it to your web server through the interface. If you can not upload it through the interface, use the file upload system provided by your host. Upload the files to /wp-content/plugins/
  2. Active the plugin through the WordPress Plugins page
  3. Add the widget to your sidebar in the Appearance > Widgets
  4. Choose wether you want a tag or user profile and enter the tag or username (without # or @)
  5. Done!

FAQ

None yet

Installation Instructions
  1. Install this plugin through the WordPress plugin directory, or by uploading it to your web server through the interface. If you can not upload it through the interface, use the file upload system provided by your host. Upload the files to /wp-content/plugins/
  2. Active the plugin through the WordPress Plugins page
  3. Add the widget to your sidebar in the Appearance > Widgets
  4. Choose wether you want a tag or user profile and enter the tag or username (without # or @)
  5. Done!

Contributors & Developers

“ImgTurk” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

1.0.1

  • Fixed version in readme

1.0

  • First version