I've been wanting to recode my Instagram page for a while now to match the new Instagram, so here it is, as accurate as I could possibly make it! This code is a full HTML page that works on both IJ styles and offsite hosting, and features an image overlay function when you click on gallery images! I know the real Instagram allows non-square pictures, but for simplicity of use I'd say stick to squares. I have not included appearance replacements for obvious reasons, and I've hosted the CSS outside of the code for ease of editing. Enjoy! ♥
NOTE: When adding extra images and their corresponding overlays make sure the a href and the id number match. Ex. a href="#1" would be on the first photo grid picture and div id="1" would be on the first post overlay. Keep your numbers matching for each picture and its overlay, and you can make as big a gallery as you like! To insert fake links into photo comments just wrap things like @username and #hashtag in italic tags.
Oh, yeah. These are the goods!
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Everything you need to know about editing this code!
INFORMATION REPLACEMENTS YOURNAME for your first name. YOURUSERNAME for your username. YOURAVATAR for your avatar. JOURNALNAME for your bio link. URL1 through URL6 for your grid and overlay photos. The above fields show up in multiple places, so Replace All is best for them.
BLURB for your bio. <b>0</b> posts, <b>0</b> followers, and <b>0</b> following for your account stats. 00 and 00 (x6) for your post stats. 00 likes and 1d (x6) for your post info. POST DESCRIPTION for your photo blurb (use the i tag to make fake hashtags and @ links.) anotherusername and COMMENT1/COMMENT2 for your user comments (use the i tag to make fake hashtags and @ links.)
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♥ If you break something during editing, please feel free to drop me a comment and I'll help as best I can!
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Just some things to keep in mind!
♥ Most of my in-entry codes utilize lj-raw, which means things like line breaks need to be done with the HTML <br> tag.
♥ Some of my codes look great without using an lj-cut! But be aware, some of them (very large codes, or any code that utilizes tables) really should be behind a cut; spare your friends' f-pages and give it a look after posting! If it stretches out your journal entry or cuts off on the side, chances are it's going to warp other people's styles as well.