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  • Ok I have added a flickr badge to my sidebar and the JS is ugly and now does not validate due to the flickr badge. I have seen that there is a flickr badge but it seems to be bloated as it is a rather large php file that replaces the JS.

    Looking for alternatives/suggestions on how to clean this up KISS style

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  • the JS should validate…just remember to change any ascii characters (such as &). if you generated the badge in ‘raw’ format you can do any kind of formatting you want using css.
    i posted some ideas at:

    Hey – still being a newbie at this, I tried following your instructions for getting the Flickr badge to come up with a border, and justify/align left. At the moment, I have the “no style” option, plugged into my index.php. This gives me almot the look I’m after, but I’d like a border to offset the photos (and on a related note, how do I put borders around pictures in my posts?). Where is my style.css? I have wp-layout, but I’m not sure what the code should like there.

    Have a look:

    Nice layout for you site by the way. Inspiring.

    your flickr badge looks fine, but i can’t find where/or if you have the CSS styling.
    you need to insert the .flickrimg code in your stylesheet (probably seems to be your ‘style.css’)
    try simple copying and pasting my .flickrimg code into that stylesheet and see what happens…then go with it from there.

    .flickrimg {border: 1px solid #ccc; padding:4px; margin:4px;}
    .flickrimg:hover {background: #6699CC;}

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