October 28, 2009
This video gives you a brief introduction and how-to for the Image Widget, available on all WordPress.com accounts.
A WordPress.com Support page detailing the widget is also available here.
Michael Pick 114
I have been using this widget for my twitter link. I love it. Thanks for the tip about finding the url of images in Flickr.
For WordPress.org theres a plugin: Image Widget.
Wondering if this image widget is available for websites running wordpress as their CMS/architecture.
I do not have image widget, how do I get one?
You can add one using the instructions in this video, or if you are using a self-hosted WordPress blog, the plugin linked above is a great option as well.
Can I upload an image that does not have a URL but is stored on my computer?
No, but you could upload an image to your Media Library and then link to its location in the Image Widget.
Is there a different widget that will allow me to simply upload photos from my computer?
Hi – the widget will maintain a static location unless it gets usurped by another widget. It’d be great to be able to anchor an image in the sidebar so that it remained aligned with its relevant post.
Hi I was wondering if there is a widget that can rotate images. The best will be one, which could publish eg.3 photos from for example 20 and rotate them
There’s not a widget that I know of, but the self-hosted version of WordPress has had image editing (including rotation) capability since version 2.9. You can see more on that here: http://wordpress.tv/2009/12/21/introducing-wordpress-2-9-–-carmen/
I can say this is a cool widget which will be love by many wordpress users.
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