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Image Flicker

Description

The Image Flicker plugin allows you to embed a changing image anywhere in your site. Rotate through a different banner advertisment every ten seconds, for example, or maybe have a little box in your sidebar that flicks through a selection of your best photographs. The speed at which the images flick is adjustable, as is the number of images. Each image can be linked to anywhere, and/or given a description which will appear with each image as it is flicked through.

Image display is determined by you: just change the style properties for the element #image_flicker in your stylesheet.

Installation

  1. Upload the image-flicker directory (or just the image-flicker.php file) to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory;
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress;
  3. Place <div id="image_flicker"></div> (or other element with the ID of image_flicker) in your templates (e.g. sidebar.php or header.php) where you want the image flicker to be.
  4. Set the images’ details and flicking frequency in ‘Tools > Image Flicker’.

FAQ

This doesn’t work!

Please file any bug reports on the latest release post at
http://samwilson.id.au/blog/plugins/image-flicker

Can this plugin handle mulitple, different, slideshows?

No, not at the moment, sorry. You could always ask for this feature if it’s really important to you!

How can I make the description display below the image in the sidebar, and get rid of the underline from the link?

Try the following CSS in your theme’s style.css file:

`

image_flicker a {text-decoration:none}

`

Contributors & Developers

“Image Flicker” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors