This is plugin for the Widget Sidebar in WordPress. It will display your flickr tags as a tag cloud in your blog’s sidebar.
- Updated for use with WordPress 2.5
- Removed redundant screen name attribute
- Added target attribute setting for anchor tags
- Added rel=”nofollow” to anchor tags
- Fixed bug using curl for file_get_contents
- General code cleanup
- Updated code to use curl instead of file_get_contents()
- Fixed HTML output bug so now HTML output validates
- Fixed bug so now diable cache setting works properly
- Special Thanks to Unai Goikoetxeta for doing the majority of the work on this update
- Cache support for not having to make requests to flickr each time.
- Real font sizes according to the Importance of tags instead of generating random font sizes.
- Improved tag limiting algorithm according to popularity, which shows the most important X tags instead of the first X ones as it happens with your last version.
- Added Max Count setting to allow the ability to limit the number of tag links displayed
- Initial release tested only on version 2.1 of WordPress
- WordPress 2.x or higher – http://wordpress.com/
- Sidebar Widgets Plugin – http://automattic.com/code/widgets/
- A Sidebar enabled Theme
Available Tag Attributes
The following are the settings available on the widget:
Title: The title that will appear in the sidebar (optional).
API Key: Go to http://www.flickr.com/services/api/keys/ to get an API key. This is needed to access your tags.
Flickr ID: Use http://idgettr.com/ to find your ID. Please note, this is not your username or screen name.
Cache Time: The cache time value in seconds. ( -1 = disable, 604800 = a week )
Min Font Size: The minimum size in pixels to be used for the tag links.
Max Font Size: The maximum size in pixels to be used for the tag links.
Max Count: The maximum number of tag links to be displayed. ( -1 = unlimited )
Link Target: The target attribute for the anchor tags. Allows you to set where the links open.
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Released under the GPL license
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- Extract the
flickr-tagcloud-widget.phpfile into your
- Go to your wordpress admin pages and click on
Pluginsactivate the plugin called
Flickr Tag Cloud Widget.
- Go to your wordpress admin and click on
- Drag the widget called
Flickr Tag Cloudto your sidebar.
- Click the square icon next to the widget to open the config screen.
- Set your configuration option values and and save.
- Where can I get more information?
Please visit the official website for the latest information on this plugin.
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