Header

In the Header section of the feed editor's Design step, set up your feed's header or hide it altogether.

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Show header can be toggled on or off per device type to display the header on all or specific devices.
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[PRO] Account to show applies only when displaying posts from multiple accounts in one feed. You can choose which account's details are shown in the header.
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Show profile photo and bio text are the two options that determine which details of your Instagram profile are displayed in the feed's header.
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[PRO] Show media count and follower count add these details from your account to the feed's header, below the bio text.
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Profile photo size can be changed to your personal preference.*
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Custom profile photo provides you with the option of changing the profile photo shown only for this feed. When using an Instagram Personal account, Instagram does not provide the photo from your account. You can upload your own photo with this option to match your Instagram account.
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Custom bio provides you with the option of changing the profile bio text shown only for this feed. When using an Instagram Personal account, Instagram does not provide the bio text from your account. You can set your own bio with this option to match your Instagram account.
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Header text size gives you the option to change the size of all the text shown in the header, including the Instagram handle, bio text, and button text.
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Header text color gives you the option to change the color of all the text shown in the header, including the Instagram handle and bio text. It does not apply to any buttons as these are styled separately.
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Header background color gives you the option to change the background color of the entire header section. This can be used to make your Instagram account's profile and the follow button stand out even more.
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Header padding gives you the option to change the padding around the elements in your header.
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[PRO] Include stories will embed your Instagram stories into the feed in the same way that Instagram does - by clicking on the profile photo. When stories are available, a red border is added to the profile photo, just as on Instagram. When a visitor clicks on the image, the stories open up in a popup over the entire browser window. Note:  Re-shared stories cannot be displayed through Spotlight due to a limitation set by Instagram themselves.
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[PRO] Stories interval time sets how long each story is visible before moving on to the next one. By default, Spotlight uses the same duration as Instagram, 5 seconds.
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