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Code Handling: InstaMax 2.0 - Embed a Complete Instagram Photo Gallery on your Website - Jquery plugin

Code Handling: InstaMax 2.0 - Embed a Complete Instagram Photo Gallery on your Website - Jquery plugin | Code Handling | Scoop.it
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Instamax 2.0 will embed all your photos from Instagram account on your website. Any photo that you upload on your Instagram account will automatically be shown with Instamax!

Instamax will help you grow your followers by atleast 10% as tested by some users during a one-month period! 

New Features of Instamax 2.0:

1. Displays all photos of the User
2. Grey and White Skins available
3. Works on any device size (responsive + fluid)
4. Improved lightbox popup for images (responsive + fluid)
5. Optimized code overload (minified JS+CSS ~ 50KB)
6. Customize anything with CSS (or send us an Email)  DEMOhttp://buildwithcards.com/instamax_demo/instamax_live_edit.html DOWNLOADhttp://codecanyon.net/user/codehandling/portfolio?ref=codehandling 
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Code Handling: mySlide - slideshow on your website using Google+ album - jQuery plugin

Code Handling: mySlide - slideshow on your website using Google+ album - jQuery plugin | Code Handling | Scoop.it
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mySlide is a jquery plugin that will create a slideshow on your website using images from a particular google plus album. All you have to do is specify that google album in your javascript. You may also add a link url in the caption field of your image in the google+ albums interface. When you do that, the slideshow image will have a link to that URL. Hence when users click on that image in the slideshow, they will be redirected to your custom URL.

Features:
- you can customize width and height of the widget on your website.
- you can customize the time interval between auto change of the slideshow images
- the widget itself is responsive; given a width or % for the widget, the inner contents will resize accordingly.

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