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Flickr settings plugin


Install and activate the plugin as usual. The activated plugin adds three fields to the Media settings page in the admin area: key (flickr_key), secret (flickr_secret) and user ID (flickr_userid) for use with the Flickr API. The values saved to these fields can then be used via the WordPress get_option() function in a theme or unrelated plugin.


  1. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Add your Flickr user data using the fields available under Settings ยป Media.

Contributors & Developers

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  • Add code which allows the plugin to be translated.


  • Change functionality to store all settings from this plugin in a single wp_option entry in the database.
  • Add handler function to ensure that older values, stored in individual wp_option entries, are still found. (Thanks Ulrich!)
  • Ensure that all values are escaped using esc_attr.


  • Confirms compatibility with WordPress 4.6.


  • Sanitize input and output of field data.


  • Confirm compatibility with WordPress 4.5.2.
  • Correct version numbers.


  • Confirm compatibility with WordPress 4.5.
  • Update version number and add plugin URL to trunk.


  • Improve readme and plugin tags.


  • Initial version.