December 17, 2017
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Easy And Fast Way To Install Instagram Widget On Your Blog

Have you been in a site or blog that captivated you because of the Instagram widget displayed on the side or footer of their site? Did you fancy it? I have visited many blogs with Instagram widget displayed and I have always wondered how they got that. I find it very interesting and engaging, making me stay longer and check out interesting photos (and articles they have!) in their Instagram collection. I even ended up following some of them. And I thought to myself, why don’t I showcase mine as well and make my blogs more interesting than ever?

I found several free sites that will create the code you need to install to have your Instagram displayed accordingly either on the sidebar or on the footer of your website. These free app sites are easy to follow and you don’t need any coding experience or expertise to do it.

I tried the SnapWidget, Websta, Intagme, and Uptsi and all of them gave me the same result I want with settings I can modify as per my preference. I decided to use SnapWidget.

1. First of all, you should have an Instagram account to link to your widget.

2. Open the widget creator. Fill in the necessary details required and choose your display settings.

3. Copy the HTML code to you blog and it will look like this. And place where you want it to show on your blog, either on the side or on your footer.

For bloggers:

Go to Layout and open an HTML widget and paste the HTML code. Then save the widget after you have arranged the Layout.

And here’s how it looks like in my Blogger blog:

For WordPress:

Go to your dashboard and open the “appearance.” From the appearance, you open a widget and select a text box to place your HTML.

And this is how it looks like in my Home Is Where The Heart Is blog. I tweaked the SnapWidget setting to only show 2 columns of photos.

And this is how it looks like when you install the HTML code to your blog’s footer after tweaking some SnapWidget settings. This is in my The Mommalogues blog.

And after you have done all the above, you now have your very own Instagram widget installed!

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