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  • Resolved mrrafs


    only one Flickr Api works on a single page – any chance of changing this please? ta+

    [tab title=”Classic B&W” id=”t1″]
    [flickr user=”theacourtney” get=”photoset” id=”72157629842257906″ size=”z” count=”100″]
    [tab title=”Modern” id=”t2″]
    [flickr user=”theacourtney” get=”photoset” id=”72157629842288720″ size=”z” count=”100″]
    [tab title=”Retro” id=”t3″]
    [flickr user=”theacourtney” get=”photoset” id=”72157629842365200″ size=”z” count=”100″]

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  • Plugin Author Robert O’Rourke


    Sorry – yeah it should work with multiple instances. I’ll double check my local version.


    Can you re-download the plugin or update to v0.1.2 and try it again? I’m able to show multiple photosets on my own sites so I’m not sure where the problem could be…

    its working now – i think it was that one of the sets was all private photos – doh!

    Plugin Author Robert O’Rourke


    Ah, no problem. I got a bit stuck with authenticating blogs but I am planning to add the ability to show private photos.

    Thanks for trying out the plugin 🙂

    Hi. I am a facilitator for a customer’s blog but not a trained computer wizard. I am self taught. We were previously hosted on and recently switched to and I needed to find a plugin which would create a slideshow (as opposed to a gallery- my only option). I found yours and think it’s terrific. I just realized the slideshow does not appear when reading my customer’s blog on an iPad. Unfortunately, I do not understand technical ‘computer language’ about how I can adjust the slideshow settings, etc. Do you know why it does not appear when viewing on an iPad? Thank you in advance.

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