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J-Flickr provides shortcode (e.g. [flickr key="value"]) syntax access to the Flickr API.

  1. You should have some form of XSL support included in your PHP installation. If you are using any version of PHP above 5 you don't need to worry; if you are using PHP 4 then you will need to have the XSLT module installed.
  2. Upload this directory to your plugins directory. It should create 'wp-content/plugins/j-flickr/'.
  3. It is strongly advised that you make the 'wp-content/plugins/j-flickr/cache' directory writable by the web server so that API query results can be cached. The WordPress Codex contains in-depth instructions on how to go about this.
  4. WordPress users should go to their Plugins page and activate "J-Flickr".
  5. J-Flickr will not work until you have a Flickr API key. If you already have one go to Settings->J-Flickr and put it into the box. If you do not yet have a key, you can apply for one.
  6. It's also probably a good idea to put in your Flickr username so that you can use the {{username}} macro in templates.

Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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