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While there is no built in feed to pull Instagram photos into your store, there is a large variety of third party applications which can help you, ranging from small widgets to which simply pull photos, to full fledged social media management tools. For this tutorial though, we are going to use a SnapWidget feed. SnapWidget is free to use, and is easy to embed in your store.

To start, you will need to go to, and click to 'Get Your Free Widget'. You will then have to fill out a simple form, specifying the Instagram account or hashtag you want to use, as well as a few design options. As you can see, here we chose to use our Cratejoy instagram account, with the default design options.

After choosing your options, you can click 'Get Widget' and you will see a code window. You'll want to copy this code, as you'll need to paste it into your Cratejoy store. It will look similar, but not the exact same, as:

Next, open up your Cratejoy store, going into 'Design' > 'Editor', and then the 'Code Editor' of the theme you wish to add your feed too.

The next step will vary a bit depending on where you want to add the feed, but the most common place would be your homepage. For this, we will open up the 'index.html' page, and paste in our code in the appropriate place.

Here we chose to create a container for it, and then pasted the code we copied from SnapWidget in there.

And tada! We now have a fully functioning, scrollable Instagram feed on your store!

Note: If your Instagram feed doesn't display and leaves an empty space in your design, change "http" to "https" in the iframe src.