The Flickr widget allows you to display a list of posts (feed) from Flickr in a widget area/sidebar. It displays the photos in a grid layout.
In this article, we’ll explain how to get an API key and User ID from the Flickr website and then display Flickr feeds through the Flickr widget in the Jupiter WordPress theme.
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Getting an API Key
First you’ll need to get an API key from the Flickr website. This is required if you want to display feeds.
To get an API key:
Getting a User ID
After getting an API key, you’ll also need to get a User ID from the Flickr website.
To get a User ID:
Displaying Flickr Feeds
In order to display Flickr feeds in a widget area/sidebar, you’ll need to add the JP – Flickr widget to a widget area/sidebar and then configure its settings.
To add the widget:
|Title||Displays a title at the top of the widget. If left empty, it will show the title Photos on Flickr.
|Flickr API Key||Sets the API key obtained in the previous step.
|Flickr User id||Sets the User ID obtained in the previous section.
|Number of photo to show|| Determines the number of the visible photos.
|Photos per each row||Determines the number of images in each row of feed.