This Flickr plugin for WordPress will allow you to pull in your Flickr photosets and display them as albums on your WordPress site.
|Author:||Joe Tan (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.5|
|WordPress version tested:||2.7|
|Added to WordPress repository:||29-07-2008|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||148 993|
|Active installs:||2 000+|
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This Flickr plugin for WordPress will allow you to pull in your Flickr photosets and display them as albums on your WordPress site. There is a pretty simple template provided which you can customize to 100% match the look and feel of your own site.
The plugin is customizable in a number of different ways. There are options to allow you to hook it up with a number of different Lightbox-style popup overlay display libraries. Third party commenting services such as Disqus are also supported, allowing your visitors to comment on your photos without hopping over to Flickr.com. A simple Flickr widget is also included to let you easily include your photos into your blog's sidebar.
On the backend, this plugin will add a new Flickr icon to your WordPress edit screen which will allow you to easily insert your Flickr photos and albums into your blog posts with just a couple clicks. You can either have your inserted photos link back to your WordPress Flickr photo album or directly to your Flickr.com photo page.
The options available for inserting a photo into a blog post
The Flickr media bar, which allows you to easily blog your Flickr photos
Popup window that allows you to choose a Flickr photo to insert into a blog post
Photo album implementation on a blog, generated by the plugin based on Flickr photosets