I am using the great tool of instafeed.js to interact with instagram’s api. I am currently trying to filter results to only be image.type === 'video'. I have been able to get that to work. The only problem is that it never satisfies the lim...
I am using instafeed.js like so:  var feed = new Instafeed({         get: 'user',         userId: 19191919191,         limit: 9,         accessToken: 'myaccesstokenhere',         target: 'instagram',         resolution: 's...
I'm trying to set the jQuery Colorbox on the Instafeed.js images. Both of the scripts work fine separately, but whenever I try to set the colorbox class to an element inside the Instafeed.js template part, Colorbox doesn't work anymore.  Howe...
I have set up a store where I'm selling products and I wanted to include an Instagram feed on my site.  I decided to use installed and I have it all working except that I'd like the images to open in a new window.  I've looked at some que...
Hi guys I am currently working with instafeed.js and I am trying to figure out if it is possible to determine inside which div the images should be rendered:  Right now I just use the standard <div id="instafeed"></div>, but I wou...
I am using instafeed.js to display Instagram images on my homepage.   I got 1000+ images I would like to sortby most-liked and load 60 at a time.  When I use "sortBy: most-liked" it looks like instafeed.js loads the 60 recent images and then...
I'm trying to add a JavaScript counter to the images I'm pulling in through an instagram API. The hope is by adding a counter I can give the images a unique ID, allowing me to manipulate them into a slider. I've just started learning abou...
I have been working with pulling instagram feed with instafeed.js I followed the process of registering a new application so I could template the pictures as I pulled the info.  I found this tutorial that styles the images efficiently so I decided to...

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