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Flickr Shortcode Importer Plugin (7 posts)

  1. Stefan
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    It doesn't work. I get the message:
    "Notice: Undefined index: importflickrshortcode in /home/www/wp-content/plugins/flickr-shortcode-importer/flickr-shortcode-importer.php on line 123". The import doesn't work.

  2. Michael Cannon
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Stefan,

    Can you please try version 1.4.0?

    Despite the notice, are you sure you're not able to move forward?

    The notice is only a notice, not an error, but I'll look into adding an isset to prevent such a notice.

    Michael

  3. Michael Cannon
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've added the isset to SVN. It'll be available in 20-30 minutes from WP.

    Can you please provide more information on how the plugin isn't working for you?

    During my own imports, a post with one [flickr] entry could take a minute. Then posts with many [flickr] entries, several Flickr-source'd A/IMG tags and a 30 or so [flickset] of photos took over 10-minutes to import.

    During that time, it'll look like nothing is happening.

    I recommend setting the limit in options to 1 and then testing your installation. That sure makes for easier recovery in case something goes wrong.

    Michael

  4. Stefan
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Michael!

    Thank you for your answers and for your work!
    Now I tried the latest version 1.4.2 but it still doesn't work.
    Is it right, that I only have to insert "[flickr id="1234567890"]" or "[flickrset id="1234567890"]" into the post/side and than use the button "Import Flickr Shortcode"?
    Sorry, my english and my HTML-knowledge are not very good :-(

    When I try it on this way, I get this error-message:

    All done! 0 [flickr(set)](s) were successfully processed in 3 seconds and there were 1 failure(s). To try importing the failed [flickr]s again, click here.
    Please be patient while the [flickr(set)] shortcodes are processed. This can take a while, up to 2 minutes per individual Flickr media item. Do not navigate away from this page until this script is done or the import will not be completed. You will be notified via this page when the import is completed.
    Estimated time required to import is 2 minutes.
    100%
    Debugging Information
    Total [flickr(set)]s: 1
    [flickr(set)]s Imported: 0
    Import Failures: 1
    1. function () { if (!d) { var c = arguments, g, h, i, j, k; b && (k = b, b = 0); for (g = 0, h = c.length; g < h; g++) { i = c[g], j = f.type(i), j === "array" ? e.done.apply(e, i) : j === "function" && a.push(i); } k && e.resolveWith(k[0], k[1]); } return this; }

    Have a nice day!
    Stefan

  5. Michael Cannon
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Stefan,

    That's an interesting way to look at using this plugin. I'd been using to import hundreds of [flickr] shortcodes that had already been embeded in content over the past few years.

    The plugin is expecting the full [flickr] shortcode like [flickr id="5348222727" thumbnail="small" overlay="false" size="large" group="" align="none"].

    You get this code by using the WordPress plugin WordPress Flickr Manager to select and embed the [flickr] shortcode.

    Have you tried that to see if a proper [flickr] shortcode works for the import?

    If it still fails, could you please send me the actual [flickr] you're using or even the post content for me to test with.

    I'm wondering if people need to have their own Flickr API in order to use this. That's possible as I haven't tried cross account pulling.

    Michael

  6. Michael Cannon
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Stefan,

    I just pushed up release 1.4.3 which allows you to create and use your own Flickr API key. I'm not sure if that is the trouble or not, but it's one more thing to help me with in testing if this is working for you or not.

    Michael

  7. Michael Cannon
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Stefan,

    I've had some updates on the Flickr Shortcode Importer that resolves a few different cases of imports not working. Seems that Flickr has more URLs than I was aware of.

    Anyways, please try the latest 1.7.0 version and let me know how it goes.

    Michael

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