Sunday 31 March 2013

Infinite Social Wall: Turn Your Social Feeds In A Pinterest-Like Feed On Your Site

Do you own a website? Are you looking for a way to display feeds in an elegant, beautiful way? If you use PHP and MySQL to mange your website, Infinite Social Wall is the perfect tool to make this happen. It allows you to create a stunning page that looks and functions beautifully. The design is reminiscent of a mosaic, which makes it easy for your visitors to navigate and see what you are up to. It is perfect for a personal blog.

Infinite Social Wall uses the Isotope plugin. It features an infinite scrolling feature, so users can scroll through your social feeds endlessly. If you are interesting, this should help keep them on your site for longer.

Infinite Social Wall supports Google Plus, Github, Pinterest, Twitter, Stackoverflow, Reddit, and Instagram. It can also use RSS feeds to work with any other website. You can edit the CSS to give it the look and feel you need for your website. This is a very well done tool for your website, and it is definitely worth adding to your personal blog to allow your readers a glimpse into your life.


  • PHP and MySQL code available for websites.
  • Handy guide on setting it up on your site.
  • Beautiful and functional Pinterest-like social feeds.
  • Supports many popular networks.
  • Supports RSS feeds.

Find Infinite Social Wall on GitHub

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