Photoshow allows to insert images in WordPress posts directly from Flickr, without having to pre-select them. All you need to do is pick your selection criteria, the amount of images to display, and the interval between each image, i.e. the amount of time that each image will remain visible before it is replaced by the next one.
The button that serves to insert Flickr images can be found above the blog editor, in the area of creation or editing of posts, as well as in the dashboard.
Some of its features are:
You will need a Flickr's API Key. If you donít have one, you can get it here:
To install Photoshow, follow these steps:
Enter the Flickr API Key *: API KEY for Flickr access, required field.
Save results in cache: Save the Flickr results in cache to reduce the loading time of images associated to the post.
Replace the images using the effect: Allow to select the effect used for swap the images.
Proxy host: Enter the hostname or IP, only if your website is behind a proxy.
Proxy port: Enter the port number for proxy connection, only if your website is behind a proxy.
Proxy username: Enter the user name for proxy authentication, only if your website is behind a proxy.
Proxy password: Enter the password for proxy authentication, only if your website is behind a proxy.
Notice: If you are using the Free version of Photoshow plugin the button color is grey.
The insertion form, allows to enter the criteria for images selections, as the interval for images' swap, images dimensions and other options.
Width*: The width of images box.
Height*: The height of images box.
Terms*: Criteria for images selection, separate the terms with comma for more than one term.
Number of Images: The number of images selected from Flickr.
Load Images every: The number of seconds between images swap.
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