How to re-post an Instagram post using the embedded code?

If you need to re-post an Instagram photo, video, or a post using the embedded code, follow the process below:
  1. Open the photo you want to re-post on your computer's web browser. You can use the Web Embed option to post other users' photos on your own blog or website. The photo will load in a frame displaying the original photographer's username. In order to do this, you will need to open the photo in a web browser on a computer.
  2. Click the Share button. This is located on the right side of the page, underneath the Comment button. Clicking the button will open a new frame with the code.
  3. Copy the code. This code will embed the photo on your site. It will also ensure that the original photographer gets credit. All Instagram photos are the property of the user who took them, so this is very important.
  4. Insert the code in your blog or article. The code is HTML, and will automatically load the Instagram frame in the location that you place the code. See this guide for some basic HTML tips.
  5. Publish your article. The embedded Instagram photo will appear on your blog, and viewers will be able to click it to view the photographer's profile.

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