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These modular elements can be readily used and customized across pages and in different blocks.

Explore all of Stack’s modular elements
at the Element Index Page →

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Basic Feed

Stack uses the Spectragram plugin in conjunction with the Instagram Developer API to create galleries that pull media from your Instagram account.

Once you’ve set up your developer account and obtained your Client ID and Access token, the feed is controlled by data attributes on the .instafeed element.

The most basic usage requires the data-user-name attribtue which specifies the Instagram account to pull images from.

[stack_instagram username=”tommusrhodus”]
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Specifying Count

By default, the feed will pull in the 12 most recent images on your account. You can specify the exact amount (20 being the maximum) to pull in using the data-amount attribute. This attribute should be a numerical value from 1 – 20.

[stack_instagram amount=”9″ username=”tommusrhodus”]
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Specifying Grid

By default, the images will stack vertically on top of one another. To arrange the images in a grid, use the data-grid attribute. The value will specify how many images will be placed in each row.

In the example below, data-grid is set to 5, hence each row containes 5 images.

[stack_instagram amount=”10″ grid=”5″ username=”tommusrhodus”]
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Gapless Grid

Add the class .instafeed–gapless to the .instafeed element to remove the gaps between each of the grid times.

[stack_instagram layout=”instafeed–gapless” amount=”9″ username=”tommusrhodus”]

Looking for styled Instagram sections?

View Instagram Sections

or try the admin demo ↗