Custom Instagram Feed Pro Developer v5.12.9

Instagram Feed Prois a WordPress plugin that allows you to add beautiful, customizable Instagram feeds to your website.It's easy to set up and customize, so you can simply match the look and feel of your website to your Instagram feed.

Display Instagram photos from any non-Instagram account. Using advanced shortcode settings, you can display multiple Instagram feeds on the same page or on other pages of your website.

Features Instagram Feed Pro plug-in

  • Setup is very simple
  • No design or engineering knowledge required
  • Responsive and mobile optimized
  • Multiple Instagram feeds, unlimited
  • accessible search engine
  • Reliable data box
  • Tag feed
  • Instagram Stories
  • Multiple layout options
  • Mark specific posts
  • Create image or video carousels
  • Powerful visual adjustment system
  • HTML5 video support
  • tagged feed
  • Easily manage multiple accounts on the same page
  • Filter posts by tags or words
  • show post comments
  • Share your articles directly from your website
  • Customize or translate text
  • store images locally
  • Advanced Customization via Fragments

Changelog Instagram Feed Pro Developer Cancellation for Free

= v5.12.9 =
* Fix: Added a content type to JSON responses to improve reliability for loading more posts and creating local images.
* Fix: The plugin will no longer continue to attempt to connect to the Instagram API if there is an access token encryption error.
* Fix: Could not load more posts when using moderation mode.
* Fix: Fixed a PHP error that would occur when trying to retrieve new posts for hashtag feeds.

= v5.12.8 =
* Tweak: Added a warning if the access token could not be decrypted for use in API requests.
* Tweak: Added a fallback method to reach the Instagram API if a cURL error 6 error is detected.
* Fix: Fixed an issue with connecting an additional business account if the first account listed was not selected.

= v5.12.7 =
* Tweak: Shortened captions will end on the last full word to fix an issue with emoji in captions.
* Fix: Fixed several accessibility issues in the admin area.
* Fix: Made a significant number of code quality improvements.
* Fix: Fixed a PHP warning that would occur when loading posts with AJAX initially.
* Fix: Periods and underscores in usernames when used as part of the shortcode would cause the load more button not to work.

= v5.12.6 =
* Fix: Using showheader="true" in the shortcode would not work if the related setting was disabled on the settings page.
* Fix: Added additional plugin hardening.

= v5.12.5 =
* Tweak: Error reporting notices are now only displayed if there is an issue with the primary API request, rather than secondary ones such as retrieving stories.

= v5.12.4 =
* Tweak: All Instagram data is now encrypted in your WordPress database.
* Tweak: Access Tokens are no longer able to be viewed on the settings page.
* Tweak: Added a maximum caching time of 24 hours.
* Tweak: Added an expiration time to backup caches.
* Tweak: Deauthorizing our app inside your Instagram or Facebook account will now delete all data for that feed on your site.

= v5.12.1 =
* Fix: Updated the Instagram authorization URL to prevent issues with connecting personal accounts

= v5.12 =
* New: Added support for IGTV posts. When creating an IGTV post, keep the "Post a Preview" setting enabled and the IGTV post will appear in your feed. IGTV posts are only available for connected Instagram business profiles and aren't available if you're using a personal Instagram profile in the plugin.
* Fix: Fixed a PHP error when the HTTP request to refresh an access token resulted in an error.

= v5.10 =
* Tweak: Several performance improvements have been made in this update such as improved caching and fewer database queries when displaying feeds.
* Tweak: The limit of resized, local images created and stored were raised for the overall number and the rate at which they could be created.
* Tweak: Improvements made to hashtag feeds including the ability to display a feed of multiple hashtags even if one has not yet had any posts made to it.
* Tweak: Improved how feed errors are handled and reported. API request delays will only apply to feeds encountering errors and will not affect other feeds.
* Tweak: Added hook for disabling image resizing dynamically with PHP.
* Fix: PHP Warning "required parameter follows optional parameter" that would display when using PHP 8+.
* Fix: GDPR feature was reporting errors when the feature was working fine.
* Fix: When using a hashtag feed and the first image in a carousel post was a video, the image would not always display properly.
* Fix: When using background caching and a hashtag feed, duplicate posts would appear in the feed.

= v5.9.1 =
* Tweak: If the image resizing feature isn't able to work successfully due to an issue, then the GDPR setting will be disabled unless manually enabled to prevent blank images in the feed.
* Fix: In some situations the GDPR setting was incorrectly reporting an error with image resizing.

= v5.9 =
* New: Integrations with popular GDPR cookie consent solutions added. Visit the Instagram Feed settings page, Customize tab, Advanced section for more information.
* Tweak: Icon font support was discontinued. Only SVGs will be used for icons in feeds.
* Fix: oEmbeds were not always working in much older versions of WordPress.

= v5.8 =
* Tweak: Added PHP filter "sbi_flags" to make changes to JavaScript flags.
* Tweak: Added a check in the JavaScript flags for "disableOnTouch" to disable the code that allows the lightbox to be opened without tapping the images twice on touch devices.
* Fix: If there was an oEmbed error while visiting the Support tab, the System Info would be blank.
* Fix: API error notices would not be removed from the WordPress dashboard after successfully reconnecting an account when the problem was resolved.
* Fix: Fixed PHP Error that would occur when connecting a personal account that would result in an HTTP error.
* Fix: Added more debugging info to the System Info for oEmbeds.
* Fix: Added a workaround for a rare issue where oEmbed access tokens wouldn't save.
* Fix: Carousel posts would not show images when using the "Disable JS Image Loading" setting and image resizing was disabled.
* Fix: Hashtag posts were not showing up in a mixed feed that included a hashtag where the hashtag had not been used in another feed previously.
* Fix: Fixed an issue caused by an unannounced Instagram API change where video post thumbnails would not display if the image resizing feature in the plugin was disabled.
* Fix: Added oEmbed account info to the plugin "System Info" to make debugging easier.
* Fix: Fixed an issue with an Instagram API change causing some images not to display if the image resizing feature was disabled.
* New: Added support for Instagram oEmbeds. When you share a link to a Instagram post, WordPress automatically converts it into an embedded Facebook post for you (an "oEmbed"). However, on October 24, 2020, WordPress is discontinuing support for Instagram oEmbeds and so any existing or new embeds will no longer work. Don't worry though, we have your back! This update adds support for Instagram oEmbeds and so, after updating, the Instagram Feed plugin will automatically keep your oEmbeds working. It will also power any new oEmbeds you post going forward.
* Tweak: Background caching and favoring local images are now the default settings for new installs.
* Important: Due to recent Instagram changes, private accounts will need to be manually refreshed every 60 days. If you have a private Instagram account, consider making it public to avoid needing to manually reconnect your account.
* New: Added a notice for accounts that are private which lets you know how long until the account needs to be refreshed. You will also be alerted using our admin notice and email notification system if a private account will soon need to be refreshed.
* Tweak: If the main image file for a post is not able to load in the lightbox, a backup image file is used.
* Fix: Recent hashtag feeds were not showing posts from the "top" hashtag endpoint the first time the feed was displayed.