Daily, a lot of people taking pictures with DSLR and posting on Instagram. However, to post a photo from DSLR cameras up Instagram is complex. You have to put the image from the DSLR to the computer to edit, then transfer the image to the phone (through AirDrop or email) to Instagram via the application. Post photos to Instagram can be said that we have to do the operation is rather annoying.
Instagram has a big change, now users can post photos from the phone browser to this service through a full-featured web application (such as user applications). Instagram does not publish “official” how to post images from the browser in the desktop environment but tries the following steps:
Post photos to Instagram from any browser on your computer
The idea of this is to “deceive” Instagram, by changing the “User-agent” makes Instagram understand is you are using mobile browsers that on the fact that you are using the browser on your computer (or laptop). “User-agent” is often the developer used to test the software, the website after writing code.
1. On the Safari browser
On Safari, this is very easy for you. Open Safari> go to Preferences> Advanced. Check “Show Develop menu in menu bar.” Open an incognito window then go to Develop> User Agent> Safari, select iOS 10, then select iPhone. Now, visit Instagram.com website, login to your account and click on the camera button at the bottom of the screen to post pictures from your computer.
2. On the Chrome browser
On Chrome, open an incognito window, go to View > More Tools > Developer Tools (or use Ctrl + Shift + I or press F12). A small frame appears to the right with a pile of code – you do not need to suggest. Now, you look at the top edge of this frame, near the Elements, to the left, it looks like a tablet and a phone. Please click on it to switch to mobile mode. Now, visit Instagram.com website, login to your account and click on the camera button at the bottom of the screen to post photos to Instagram from your computer.
3. On the Firefox browser
On Firefox, you also open an incognito window, then go to Tools > Web Developer > Responsive Design Mode. At this point, you will see a rectangular frame appear in the middle of the screen. The word “no device selected”. Click on this and select Samsung Galaxy S6 for example. Now, visit Instagram.com website, login to your account and click on the camera button at the bottom of the screen to post pictures from your computer.