Flickr Badge

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  • #3923

    mtvtimmy
    Member

    Where do I put the html code for my Flickr Badge so it will be visible on my site? Links? Thanks.

    #4020

    drmike
    Member

    Links, yes.

    This topic has been discussed a couple of times. As per the FAQ, here’s a link to the Search function. I politely suggest just searching for ‘Flickr’.

    Good luck,
    -drmike

    #4029

    mtvtimmy
    Member

    I’m sorry to be a bother. . . but I still don’t understand. I want my flickr to appear like the one on http://www.mattniemi.com . Can anybody tell me if it’s possible to have it on the side like that?

    #4031

    mtvtimmy
    Member

    Ok, so after long hours trying to figure this stuff out. . . I went to documentations at the bottom of some page, found Flickr Plug in, and was so happy i found what i was looking for. To my dismay, I couldn’t figure out this tantan stuff. . . so if anybody knows simple steps to get the DHTML Flickr Badge (no flash) on my page, LET ME KNOW PLEASE!

    #4077

    liski
    Member

    mtvtimmy,

    wwww.mattniemi.com is hosting his own wp blog that’s why he can alter the theme and the required code for it.

    #4085

    mtvtimmy
    Member

    So there is no possible way to get the flickr badge on my free wp blog?

    #4093

    andy
    Member

    You cannot post the kind of code required to have such a badge on WordPress.com at this time.

    #4098

    mtvtimmy
    Member

    So say yahoo was hosting my blog, then I could do have the flickr? would it be easy to do or would i have to go through those intracate instructions on tantan’s site?

    #4109

    andy
    Member

    Yes, a Yahoo!-hosted WordPress blog will enable you to post a Flickr badge or any other code on your own site.

    If you are not already familiar with HTML editing, the process of adding the badge might seem complicated.

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