Install the Flickr Plugin

    Posted 01 Feb 2010 in WordPress Plugins

    If you want to install the flickr widget in WordPress, then you must have an account at To have an account on flickr, you must have an email from yahoo. If you already have a picture or photo to be uploaded to flickr, wordpress can be displayed in the widget by using the features provided flickr wordpress.

    How to add widgets in wordpress flickr:

    • Sign in to> Your link Photostream search> search for orange RSS icon at the bottom left near the writings Subcribe to …., Point your browser to the icon, it would seem flickr feed url if clicked will appear in a browser url example:

    feed: / / view/123456789 / / =********N ** & lang = en-us & format = rss_200

    flickr feed url it is
    =******** N ** & lang =
    en-us & format = rss_200

    This URL will be inserted into the search box in the flickr widget, copy the URL.

    • Login to wordpress
    • View
    • Widget
    • Added flickr
    • Paste the feed URL in the location specified
    • Titled
    • Set the view as you wish
    • Click Save
    • Click Visit

    If the flickr feed URL is entered correctly, the picture or pictures will appear in the sidebar, according to the amount that is set up.


    1. zanzla

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      Musical fountain is a type of animated fountain for entertainment purposes that creates an aesthetic design and sometimes a three-dimensional image. This is done by using the effects of sound waves and light or laser against water particles, in which the water streams, activated in strategically-timed durations, refract and reflect the light, and in doing so, a three-dimensional image is created. Many of the more well-known ones are large scale, and use hundreds of water jets and laser emitters, the cost of which runs up into the millions of dollars, although smaller household forms exist where the budget ranges to around a thousand dollars. Compurterised fountains, also generally called musical fountains, appear to respond to music but have been programmed beforehand. The earliest of these were played manually by a live operator, who usually controlled pumps or valves and sometimes lights by way of switches on a control panel. Music was almost always live. Later, choreography could be prerecorded on a punched paper card which was scanned by a computer; and even later, it could be recorded on magnetic tape or, in the most modern shows, on a CD along with the music. Even so, the choreography must still be painstakingly programmed by hand, some types of shows being played live from a control console and connected to a computer that records the operator’s actions for later automatic playback. Himalay offers software and hardware that cause pumps to turn on and off and lights to change in response to the bass and treble of music fed through the system, causing the fountain to respond automatically without a need for manual choreography.
      Changsha Himalaya Music Fountain Corporation Limited


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