WordPress Plugin that interfaces with Flickr

Coda published a post a couple days ago about some php functions that interface with Flickr. Basically, what that means in English is: some code that allows you to view your Flickr photos on your blog, without having to visit the Flickr site.

I was pretty lost after visiting the links he prescribed. I’m defintely no php guru, I leave that kind of work to the developers. “Functions” and “Includes” are a foreign language to me.

Instead of giving up right there and then, I looked for an easier way of intergrating Flickr and WordPress. Then I found FAlbum, a plugin that did exactly what I wanted. Without any coding. It was an easy to install, pretty self explanatory, free piece of open source code.

Check out my WordPress/Flickr page now. I still have to customize the CSS a little, but I’m very happy with the functionality.

One thought on “WordPress Plugin that interfaces with Flickr”

  1. FAlbum certainly makes life easy, but watch out, some of that functionality turns your album pages to treacle, especially when viewed over a humble dial-up link, and even more so when you start enabling the functionality that uses protocol.js. I did a lot of work on FAlbum in the early stages, but I feel it’s become a bit bloated recently. Fine if you’ve got a nice 2Mb ADSL link, but 512Mb ADSL isn’t popular in SA, let alone 2Mb.

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