Miln Photo Feed creates a photo feed using local photos attached to your posts. The feed contains one item per photo; each item includes the photo as both an inline src image and as a linked enclosure.
This plug-in is ideal for sharing photos with family and friends who prefer to see images in iPhoto or through a RSS client, such as Google Reader.
Photos attached but not visible within a post are included within the Miln Photo Feed. This lets you create a post highlighting a few photos, while also offering a photo feed containing many more photos.
Miln Photo Feed is a standard WordPress plug-in. The plug-in can be installed through your WordPress dashboard:
- Log into WordPress.
- Go to Plugins > Add New
- Search for “Miln”
- Select Install Now for “Miln Photo Feed”
- Select Activate Plugin
Your new photo feed is available immediately. To get your photo feed, append
/photos to the end of your blog URL. If your blog is at http://theworklife.com/graham-miln/ then your photo feed will be at http://theworklife.com/graham-miln/photos/
- Manual Installation
- Upload the
miln-photo-feeddirectory to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Your photo feed is now available at: http://www.example.com/photos/
- Where can I see a demonstration?
A demonstration photo feed is available on my personal web site at http://theworklife.com/graham-miln/photos/
photo:// scheme to create an iPhoto ready link. Using the link below on a Mac will launch iPhoto and ask the user to subscribe to the feed within the photo browsing application: photo://theworklife.com/graham-miln/photos/
Contributors & Developers
“Miln Photo Feed” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Initial release.