The Flickr Widget for WordPress.com

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August 3, 2009

If you have a Flickr account, you may want to add the Flickr Widget to the sidebar of your WordPress.com blog, to share your latest photos with your readers. Learn more about it on our dedicated WordPress.com support page.

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5 Responses to “The Flickr Widget for WordPress.com”

  1. masterbaiters

    At about 25 seconds or so the video craps out and stops…. Need to fix this ASAP

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  2. ileaneb

    I want to add specific images from Flickr but not the most recent ones. I played around by deleted some sets and images in Flickr and re-loading them so that (I thought) they would be considered “recent”. But they would show up as blanks on my blog. Is it Flickr that is recognizing that the old location is gone or WordPress? I waited a few days just to make sure, then I ended up removing the widget altogether. Either way – any suggestions?

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  3. Liviu Ionescu

    You can link to any set in Flickr, not only to the photostream. So you just define a new set, populate it with your favourite photos, and link the WP Flickr widget to this set. Use the orange feed icon on this specific page.

    Regards,

    Liviu

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  4. Raul Feliciano Sanchez

    Can I play my own photos and not Flickrs?

    Thank you.
    RFS

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