Using the shortcode
The most basic way is to simply use a photoset ID (the admin page will look these up for you):
You can additionally specify height and width, using any valid CSS. It defaults to 500×460, the default Flickr iframe embed (back when that worked…)
[simple-flickr set=72157633015103114 height=500px width=500px]
The most simple way to install this is to go to the plugins directory (/wp-content/plugins) of your WordPress installation and clone this repo. Then, in the admin console, go to Plugins->Installed and activate it. That’s it!
- What else can I do?
Rather than using inline styles, the plugin adds CSS to the page, which means all elements of the plugin are easily selectable by CSS. Though the slideshow is responsive by default, you can add any additional styling right in your themes CSS.
- Is flash or any other browser plugin required?
Contributors & Developers
“Simple Flickr Set” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Interested in development?
Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.
- Initial submission
- Shortcode for photoset including height and width options
- Admin interface for adding API and fetching photosets