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.
If you need more help installing and customizing templates, see here for more information. Feel free to post your question into the support group if you get stuck.
Examples & Thanks
Here’s a couple sample installs from around the web.
Tan Tan Noodles, Making it Lovely, Slip Stream Sports, Life of Justin, 72 Quadrat, Cake Journal, DCS Pride.
Special thanks to the wonderful volunteers from around the Internet who helped translate this plugin:
S√∏ren Siim Nielsen, Thomas Sturm, Adrianus F. Tumewu, Marco Balzerani, Lindsey Yoo, Hamid Reza, Jonathan Lumb, Guillermo Lopez, and many others.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Configure the plugin in the ‘Options’ (or ‘Settings’) screen by following the onscreen prompts.
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Contributors & Developers
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