So I'm trying to update the profile on “my Instragram account” when I see this: “Editing your links is only available on mobile. Visit the Instagram app and edit your profile to change the websites in your bio.”
I can edit my bio, and my gender, but I can't update a link? Because I'm on a desktop computer?
I figure, maybe I can hack the form to enable that field? I toggle the Web Developer Tools in Firefox and immedately see this:
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Heh. But in the meantime …
… and nope.
The link field has no name,
and even if I remove the
it won't let me type in it
(and as an aside,
the “gender” field isn't even an HTML field element,
but the word “Male” wrapped in four
<DIV>s and a
<SPAN>, each with fifteen classes attached to them—what the hell?).
I'm so far removed from “modern web development” that I probably can't hack this without significant effort that I'm too lazy to do.