Embed Flickr Gallery On Your WordPress Website
To embed Flickr photo gallery on your wordpress website, You need to follow the given steps-
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Login or Signup to your Taggbox Widget account. You will see your Dashboard.
On the Taggbox Dashboard click the “+Create Widget” button to create a new Flickr gallery.
Then, Give a name to your widget. A Unique URL of your widget will be created automatically according to your widget name. You can also change it according to you.
To enable Profanity Filter select Apply Profanity Filter. Then, Click “Create Widget”.
1. Click Feeds (You will find it on the left-hand side of the page).
2. Click Add Feed, To create a New Flickr gallery.
In the popup that appears, Select the Flickr connection type from the tabs and then fill out the required fields.
Here, You will see two choices for adding feeds which are
1. Keyword(#) and 2. Handle(@).
Choose one of these to add feed:
1. Keyword (#): To fetch Flickr photos via Keyword, Enter your Flickr keyword.
2. Handle(@): To fetch Flickr photos of account, Enter your Flickr Handle.
To enable Moderation on the connection select “Manually approve posts before making them public”.
Then click the “Create Feed” button to complete adding.
Great, The Connection has been created and within a few moments posts will appear in the Widget editor.
You can now embed Flickr gallery on the WordPress website.
Embed Flickr Gallery on WordPress Website
To embed Flickr album on your website you need to follow below steps–
Click on Embed Widget Button on your widget editor.
Select WordPress as your platform.
Set width and height as per your requirements and click on Get Code.
Copy the website Generated Code.
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Open the page/post in your WordPress backend where you want to embed the Flickr photos album.
Select “(+) Add Block” in the top left corner of the WordPress Editor.
Here, click on Formatting and then choose Custom HTML and paste the copied embed code in the editor.
Click on Publish/Update post and You’re done.
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Open the page/post in your WordPress backend where you want to embed the Flickr feeds.
On the right-hand side, you will find a Visual and a Text option. Choose Text Mode.
Paste the generated embed code where you want to show your widget and click on Update/Publish to save the changes.
Great! You have successfully embedded Flickr feeds on your WordPress website.
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