I am working on BentleyRolling.com. I used grams on MoonbodySoul.com and all the images are cropped to a square, whether they are square or 4:5 when posted on instagram, they still get cropped to a square. This looks way better than some being squares and some being 4:5. Did something change since I designed MoonBodySoul.com with Platform5? Can you help me crop all images to a square on BentleyRolling.com
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By John Olsson+
Does anyone now what's up with grams. The API works 'cause it shows my own pics, but if I choose a hashtag, no pics shows up?
Any ideas? Even on popular...
It says: "No Instagram items available."
Hopefully a quick and easy question. How do I create margins in between the images in Grams? I'd like it to look like this: http://sortedtravel.com/memoirs
Since I installed W3 Total Cache I noticed that Grams stopped showing/fetching pictures. I wonder if this is some sort of conflict.
Anybody experienced anything similar?
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I'm using 'Grams' to try to imitate a feature of Iron Maiden's official site.
I've set up Grams to show hashtags as a feed type and then I typed the hashtag I wanted to include. So far so good. But then, I was too naive to think that all pictures would be cool and beautiful and, most importantly, be relevant for the chosen hashtag.
So, I was wondering if we can have some sort 'approve this' feature, or 'select which pictures with the given hashtag you want to be displayed'.
If you see the fanwall at http://ironmaiden.com/ you will see that everything looks beautiful. For sure they have something like what I just said above. Also, besides showing instagram feeds, it also show twitter pictures. And, apparently, there is a way to show the pictures with different thumbnails sizes, just like Platform 5 masonic grid.
I know it is not good/fair to compare one thing with another. But it seems that a 'select the pictures to be displayed' kind of thing would be necessary. Imagine if someone tags nudity or porn and you are using Grams in your company's website...