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=== Plugin Name === Contributors: niallkennedy Tags: flickr, shortcode, photography Requires at least: 3.0 Tested up to: 3.1 Stable tag: 0.1 Display a Flickr photo using a shortcode. Include MediaRSS output in your Atom feed. == Description == Display a photo from Flickr using a simple shortcode. `[flickr photo="1234"]` `[flickr photo="1234" w=400]` This plugin requests information about the photograph, including photo sizes, from Flickr via the Flickr API. Requires a [Flickr API key](http://www.flickr.com/services/api/keys/) to function (free for non-commercial use). Works with the `content_width` of your theme to load the highest quality Flickr image stretched to the width of your content column. Includes [Media RSS markup](http://video.search.yahoo.com/mrss) including all available photo sizes and original photographer credits. Helps feed readers better understand your visual content and helps make your content more searchable. All HTTP requests pass through WP_HTTP for use with your existing filters. It's also more WordPress-y. == Installation == You should be familiar with installing a WordPress plugin. 1. Search for this Flickr plugin from your WordPress administrative interface. 1. Download a compressed package. Uncompress. Activate. 1. Don't forget to activate the plugin. 1. Add your Flickr API key in your site's Media Settings ( Settings -> Media ) == Screenshots == 1. Flickr photographs automatically expand to your theme's `content_width` including mobile and tablet themes. 2. Save your Flickr API key in your site's Media Settings. == Frequently Asked Questions == = Why do I need an API key? = Flickr requires an API key for programmatic access to its servers. = Do you support Flickr videos? = Not yet. The plugin author does not embed Flickr videos on his blog. = Do you support Flickr slideshows? = No. The plugin author does not embed Flickr slideshows on his blog. == Changelog == = 0.1 = Initial release. Display a photo in the content; include Media RSS in the feed.