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    add pinterest/ facebook/ instagram posts as a live feed to your website?

    I want to add my posts from facebook or Instagram to my website like an live feed? how do I do that?

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    Muse
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    @Aprils

     

    For Facebook: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/page-plugin

     

    For Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/developer/embedding/

     

    HTH! 😉

    Judith
    "Good things happen to those who hustle." ~ Anaïs Nin

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    I agree, that link would be fine for one post but I found that I had to use an embedded third party to get my Instagram Feed on my website.  I did it in about 5 minutes today using this link 

     

    https://www.powr.io/tutorials/how-to-add-instagram-feed-app-to-your-godaddy-site?view_mode=tutorial

     

    It was free but if you want to make certain modifications to the design of the Instagram Feed section there is a pay service. I was able to use the free service and I'm quite happy with the result. 

     

    You are welcome to view my website to see how the feed turned out www.lizzieflower.com

     

    1. Embed their HTML link in a new section

    2. When their window pops open, add your Instagram name

    3. Make changes to border widths, colors, labels, etc.

    4. Be sure you are logged in to the POWr site so it will feed to your Instagram.

    5. Go to your live site after you publish to make sure you are able to see the feed

    So far I'm very happy with the result

     

    Hope it works as easy for you as it did for me.

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    Muse
    Super User I

    @Aprils

     

    For Facebook: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/page-plugin

     

    For Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/developer/embedding/

     

    HTH! 😉

    Judith
    "Good things happen to those who hustle." ~ Anaïs Nin

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    Where's the pintrest feed link?

    This would be great for the single posts. But I think this person wanted a live feed like an RSS feed to the website? 

    I'm assuming thats the case from the statement?

    I agree, that link would be fine for one post but I found that I had to use an embedded third party to get my Instagram Feed on my website.  I did it in about 5 minutes today using this link 

     

    https://www.powr.io/tutorials/how-to-add-instagram-feed-app-to-your-godaddy-site?view_mode=tutorial

     

    It was free but if you want to make certain modifications to the design of the Instagram Feed section there is a pay service. I was able to use the free service and I'm quite happy with the result. 

     

    You are welcome to view my website to see how the feed turned out www.lizzieflower.com

     

    1. Embed their HTML link in a new section

    2. When their window pops open, add your Instagram name

    3. Make changes to border widths, colors, labels, etc.

    4. Be sure you are logged in to the POWr site so it will feed to your Instagram.

    5. Go to your live site after you publish to make sure you are able to see the feed

    So far I'm very happy with the result

     

    Hope it works as easy for you as it did for me.

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    Hey Robots, THIS IS THE SOLUTION lol not embedding. 

    Thank you SO MUCH for sharing, done in 5 minutes.

    Amazing!

     


    @LizzieFlower wrote:

    I agree, that link would be fine for one post but I found that I had to use an embedded third party to get my Instagram Feed on my website.  I did it in about 5 minutes today using this link 

     

    https://www.powr.io/tutorials/how-to-add-instagram-feed-app-to-your-godaddy-site?view_mode=tutorial

     

    It was free but if you want to make certain modifications to the design of the Instagram Feed section there is a pay service. I was able to use the free service and I'm quite happy with the result. 

     

    You are welcome to view my website to see how the feed turned out www.lizzieflower.com

     

    1. Embed their HTML link in a new section

    2. When their window pops open, add your Instagram name

    3. Make changes to border widths, colors, labels, etc.

    4. Be sure you are logged in to the POWr site so it will feed to your Instagram.

    5. Go to your live site after you publish to make sure you are able to see the feed

    So far I'm very happy with the result

     

    Hope it works as easy for you as it did for me.