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FlickrEyeCandy

A Flickr photo widget for your blog. Specify the photo tag id and the API Key, it randomly displays one photo from Flickr with that tag. Eye candy!

  1. Download flickr-eyecandy-wp-plugin.zip and unzip into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory

  2. From the WordPress admin backend, Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu

  3. From the WordPress admin backend, in the Widgets menu, drag-and-drop the widget to your sidebar. You can place it in any position you like.

  4. Specify the settings for the widget: Title, API Key, and the tag(s). For the tags, you can specify :

    • a single word, like "fish". This will retrieve a random image tagged with the word "fish".

    • a comma-separated list. This retrieves a photo tagged with all of the terms in the list.

    • a pipe-separated list of the above. For example, if you specify "fish|leaf|blue,water", then you will get a photo that is tagged with either "fish" or "leaf" or "blue and water". The plugin randomly selects which term to use for a Flickr search, and then randomly selects one of the returned photos for display.

That's it !

Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-4
Downloads: 769

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