CC Flickr Widget

CC Flickr Widget

Flickr is a site for hosting images. Most of internet user have an flickr account and try to host their photo. But if any one want to show flickr photos in his web site there haven’t such an easy way to show that. But via CC Flickr Widget plugin you can show your flickr photos easily in your website.
You can download this plugin from here

Demo: Look in right sidebar. There have CC FLICKR WIDGET. Let’s set it up.

Step One: Install CC Flickr Widget plugin and active it.

Step Two: Go Appearance => Widgets. As like this image:Inserting CC Flickr Widget

Step Four: You will see a widget name as Cr@ry Coder Flickr. Drag it to your widget area. Draging CC Flickr Widge

Step 04: Now set it up. As seen in the picture

Setting CC Flickr Widget

1. This is the title field. Set it up as you want or keep it blank
2. This field for user ID. You can get your user ID from here by putting your filckr username.
3. This field for number of image will show your website. Set number of images as you want.
4. This is API field. Keep it default.

Final Step: Save this Widget and refresh your website. You’ll got a widget look like my widget.

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