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Flickr set slideshows

The quick and easy way to embed native Flickr slideshows of your Flickr photosets in your posts and pages.

Plugin Setup

To link the plugin to your Flickr account:

  1. Get your Flickr screen name; You can find your screen name on your Flickr account page http://www.flickr.com/account, under 'Your screen name',
  2. Get a Flickr API Key; the following Youtube video will tell you how: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq1XRx6dsDU
  3. Go to your WordPress dashboard,
  4. Go to Settings > Flickr set slideshows,
  5. Enter your Flickr screen name and API key,
  6. Click Save changes

The plugin is now ready to use.

User guide

To create a new slideshow

From your WordPress dashboard,

  1. Go to Flickr Set Slideshows > Add new,
  2. Select a photoset from the drop down list,
  3. Select a size for your slideshow,
  4. Click Save changes,
  5. A confirmation message will appear at the top of the screen with a shortcode following the format [fsg_gallery id="XX"], where XX is a number. Copy and paste this shortcode wherever you want the slideshow to appear in your posts and pages.

To insert a slideshow into a post or page

On creating a slideshow, you will receive a short code following the format [fsg_gallery id="XX"], where XX is a number. Copy and paste this code in the page or post where you want the slideshow to appear.

You can come back to the shortcode later, it will be saved in your slideshow listing at Flickr set slideshows > Flickr set slideshows.

To edit/remove a slideshow

You can do this from your slideshow listing located at Flickr set slideshows > Flickr set slideshows

Note the deleting a slideshow will remove it from the posts and pages in which you have inserted it.

To change the size of a slideshow, simply click on the change size link of the corresponding slideshow, choose a new size from the drop down list and Voila!

Requires: 3.3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.12
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: 3,000+


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