Allows you to integrate Flickr photos into your site. It supports user, set, favorite, group and community photostreams.
The plugin also supports a number of parameters, allowing you to have multiple instances across your site.
'type' => 'user'- The type of Flickr images that you want to show. Possible values: 'user', 'favorite', 'set', 'group', 'public'
'tags' => ''- Optional: Can be used with type = 'user' or 'public', comma separated
'set' => ''- Optional: To be used with type = 'set'
'id' => ''- Optional: Your Group or User ID. To be used with type = 'user' or 'group'
'do_cache' => false- Enable the image cache
'cache_sizes' => array('square')- What are the image sizes we want to cache locally? Possible values: 'square', 'thumbnail', 'small', 'medium' or 'large'
'cache_path' => ''- Where the images are saved (server path)
'cache_uri' => ''- The URI associated to the cache path (web address)
'num_items' => 4- The number of images that you want to display
'before_list' => ''- The HTML to print before the list of images
'html' => '<a href="%flickr_page%" title="%title%"><img src="%image_square%" alt="%title%"></a&>'- the code to print out for each image. Meta tags available: %flickr_page%, %title%, %image_small%, %image_square%, %image_thumbnail%, %image_medium%, %image_large%
'default_title' => "Untitled Flickr photo"- the default title
'after_list' => ''- the HTML to print after the list of images
<?php get_flickrRSS(array('num_items' => 10, 'type' => 'public', 'tags' => 'london,people')); ?>
This would show the 10 most recent community photos tagged with london and people. It won't show photos with only one of the tags.
<?php get_flickrRSS(array('set' => '72157601681097311', 'num_items' => 20, 'type' => 'set', 'id' => '44124462494@N01')); ?>
This would show the 20 most recent thumbnail sized photos from the specified user's set.
Latest Release: July 3, 2014
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-10
Active Installs: 50,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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