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Alpine PhotoTile for Flickr

Stylish and compact plugin for displaying Flickr images in a sidebar, post, or page.

Flickr Plugin Installation

  1. Go to the Plugins->Add New section of the Admin Panel.
  2. Either search for "Alpine PhotoTile for Flickr" or upload the alpine-photo-tile-for-flickr folder using the upload tool.
  3. Go to the Plugins->Installed Plugins and activate the "Alpine PhotoTile for Flickr" plugin.

Add a Flickr API Key

  1. Make sure you are logged into Flickr.com and then visit http://www.flickr.com/services/apps/create/.
  2. Under "Get your API Key", click the "Request an API Key" link.
  3. Next, click the button that says "APPLY FOR A NON-COMMERCIAL KEY". Even if your website is commercial, the Alpine Flickr plugin is non-commercial.
  4. A form will appear. Fill in the form with your information. Check the two boxes and finish by clicking "Submit".
  5. Copy and paste the Key into the form on the plugin's "Add API Key" page. Click "Save API Key" and you are all done.

Using the Flickr Widget

  1. Use the widget like any other widget. Go to Appearance->Widgets in the left menu. Find the rectangle labeled "Alpine PhotoTile for Flickr". Click and drag the rectangle to one of the sidebar containers on the right.
  2. Customize Alpine PhotoTile for Flickr plugin based on your preference.

Using the Flickr Shortcode

  1. A shortcode is a line of texted used for loading plugins within WordPress pages or posts. Rather than explaining how to setup the shortcode, I have added a tool to the Alpine PhotoTile for plugin that generates the shortcode for you. Visit the "Shortcode Generator" on the Flickr plugin's settings page (Settings->AlpineTile: Flickr->Shortcode Generator).

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.17
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Active Installs: 2,000+


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