$ pip install mezzanine_instagram
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'mezzanine_instagram', ) DASHBOARD_TAGS = ( ... ("mezzanine_tags.recent_actions", 'instagram_tags.instagram',), ) INSTAGRAM_CLIENT_ID = os.getenv('INSTAGRAM_CLIENT_ID') INSTAGRAM_CLIENT_SECRET = os.getenv('INSTAGRAM_CLIENT_SECRET')
urls.py before Mezzanine's own catch-all pattern:
urlpatterns = patterns( '', url("^instagram/", include("mezzanine_instagram.urls")), ... )
INSTAGRAM_CLIENT_SECRET environment variables. In Django admin update the domain to match the one configured in Instagram. Access Django admin, click
Once you've authorized your site you'll be able to access
/instagram/ in your browser to view the feed for the authorized user.
Requires a caching mechanism like
Filesystem. Will not work with
Add a tag or more to use when generating the stream by going to
Dashboard > Tags. Then run the provided management command to generate the stream.
$ python manage.py build_tags_stream
Now you can access the
Dashboard. At first all images have a green outline indicating that they'll be shown to the public. Click on the image to exclude it from your stream (the outline will turn red).
We recommend using
cron or similar to run the management command on a regular basis. Please be aware that Instagram limits how often you can access their API.
The curated media stream is available to the public at