The Flickr WordPress Plugin works with jQuery and makes it easy to you, to add Flickr images to your WordPress posts or pages. Some flickr users offer their images under a Creative Commons license, so that they can be freely included in your blog posts without any copyright problems.
The Ajax powered search box enables you to search for Flickr photos by matching your keyword. From the preview thumbshots you can chose your image by clicking it.
Once you have the photo selected, choose the size you want add in your blog post or select a rectangle from the image to crop a part of the photo.
Now you can click “Insert into Post” and the selected Photo will be added to your blog post including the required Copyright note and a nofollow image link to the author’s flickr page.
When adding the image in your blog post, you can select the image alignment as none, right, left, or center in the Flickr Media Panel
Use 100 million free images from flickr
Full text flickr search box
The Local Image Cache provides an immediate performance benefit
Nofollow link to the author’s flickr site included
Nice full featured, Ajax powered interface
Support for WordPress Image-Caption code
High usability by use of easy interaction components
Select image size from 100 to 640 pixel on the longest side.
You can crop a photo if you need only a rectangular part of the image
Multilanguage I18n: English and German Language Support
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
Follow the steps below to install and acrivate the Flickr WordPress Plugin
Login to your WordPress Blog
Go to Plugins > Add New
Select Upload (Upload the flickr-wordpress-plugin.zip file and click Install now)
Activate the Plugin
You are now ready to use the Flickr WordPress Plugin
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Contributors & Developers
“Flickr Photo Post” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- JahresendSEO support removed
- JahresendSEO support (till 21.09.2011)
- Thank you in advance
- Small bugfix 😉
- Solved Problem with get_option()
- First public vesion