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=== Wordpress Flickr Embed ===

Plugin Name: Wordpress Flickr Embed
Contributors: yuji.od, randomaniac
Author URI:
Plugin URI:
Tags: admin, images, posts, flickr, embed
Requires at least: 3.4.1
Tested up to: 3.9.2
Stable tag: 1.3.0

== Description ==


Wordpress Flickr Embed is a Wordpress plugin that provides an interactive interface for adding Flickr images to your posts. The interface is conveniently launched from the visual editor toolbar.

This is a fork of the ( plugin for Wordpress and provides numerous bug fixes and enhancements over the original.

= Features =
* Search for an select any public photo or a private one from your photostream (requires Flickr authorization).
* Sort search results by date taken or date posted
* Insert a photo anywhere in your post, choosing its title, size and how it should be aligned to the text.
* Link the photo back to its Flickr page or to a different-sized version of itself.
* Supports Lightbox and Lightview popups.

Source on Github:

*Note:* This plugin requires PHP 5.2.

== Installation ==

1. Download and unzip the zip file into your Wordpress `plugins` folder such that the plugin files are at: `wp-content/plugins/wp-flickr-embed/...`
1. Activate the plugin within your blog's administration options.
1. Goto menu `Settings > Flickr Embed`. Here you can authenticate with Flickr and edit other settings.
1. All done!

== Screenshots ==

1. The Wordpress Flickr Embed options page under the `Settings` menu
1. The Wordpress Flickr Embed panel that appears on the post insertion screen

== Frequently Asked Questions ==

= How do I authorize the plugin to access my private Flickr photos? =

1. Goto `Settings > WP Flickr Embed` and click the `Authorize with Flickr` button.
2. This will take you to Flickr where upon you should login and follow the instructions.
3. Once you've authorized it you should be taken back to the options page with a success message.

= I don't have a Flickr account. Can I still use the plugin? =

Yes you can. You will still be able to insert any public photo available on Flickr. Authorization is only needed if you wish to access your own private photos on Flickr.

= How do I get it working with Lightbox? =

1. Goto `Settings > Flickr Embed`
2. Set `Link the photo to` to `the photo itself`.
3. Set `The "rel" attribute of link tag` option to `lightbox`.
4. Click `Update options`.

== Changelog ==

= 1.3.0 (Aug 28, 2014) =
* Fix
* Fix

= 1.2.3 (Jul 1, 2014) =
* Fix

= 1.2.2 (May 26, 2013) =
* Further bug fixes and improvements (see

= 1.2.1 (May 21, 2013) =
* Further bug fixes and improvements (see

= 1.2 (May 20, 2013) =
* Fix two major issues (see

= 1.1 (May 18, 2013) =
* Fixed Flickr authorization so that private photos can be inserted

= 1.0.0 (Nov 5, 2012) =
* First version