How to create a Notes TypeList using Flickr
Log-on to www.flickr.com Click on tools, which will allow you to easily and quickly upload multiple photos.
Download the appropriate version
Click  Run
Click  Run
Click  Next >
Choose an appropriate destination in your files, and then click  Next >
If you are happy with the recommended settings, click  Install .
Installation complete, press  Finish
Find the  Flickr Uploadr  icon on your desktop and double click on it to open.
Press  Authorize…  to begin the process.
The key message confirming that the download process of the Uploadr has been successful. You will only have to complete th...
Continue…
You can click on the green  Add photos  icon or drag and drop your photos into the box.
Photo Resize  allows you to make your photos a more appropriate size for use on the Internet- which also allows a faster u...
If you are happy with your photos, click  Upload…
A tag allows other users to search for specific things on Flickr and find useful material. The  Privacy  settings decide w...
Indicates progress in the Upload.
Indicates a successful upload. Click  Done
Back in the main Flickr page, click on  tools  again.
Scroll down until you see  Display Flickr photos on your website , in the right-hand column. Click on  build a badge
Choose the  required style and press  NEXT: CHOOSE PHOTOS
Choose the Set which you created for the badge.
Choose your desired colour scheme and press  NEXT: PREVIEW & GET CODE
Copy this code onto your clipboard.
In TypePad, find the  TypeLists  tab. And now  Create a new TypeList
Create  new  Notes  list, and give it a name as required.
Copy the code from Flickr into the Note section. Then click  Save
Before the badge appears on your blog, you will need to  Publish  it.
Click on the blog you want to publish the badge to. Then click  Save Changes. Note: you might want to  Order  where the ba...
In your blog’s sidebar you should see your Flickr badge!
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  1. 1. How to create a Notes TypeList using Flickr
  2. 2. Log-on to www.flickr.com Click on tools, which will allow you to easily and quickly upload multiple photos.
  3. 3. Download the appropriate version
  4. 4. Click Run
  5. 5. Click Run
  6. 6. Click Next >
  7. 7. Choose an appropriate destination in your files, and then click Next >
  8. 8. If you are happy with the recommended settings, click Install .
  9. 9. Installation complete, press Finish
  10. 10. Find the Flickr Uploadr icon on your desktop and double click on it to open.
  11. 11. Press Authorize… to begin the process.
  12. 12. The key message confirming that the download process of the Uploadr has been successful. You will only have to complete this once.
  13. 13. Continue…
  14. 14. You can click on the green Add photos icon or drag and drop your photos into the box.
  15. 15. Photo Resize allows you to make your photos a more appropriate size for use on the Internet- which also allows a faster upload. It is recommended to leave the settings as suggested unless there is a specific reason why you need your photos in a different pixelation. If you are happy with the settings, click Yes .
  16. 16. If you are happy with your photos, click Upload…
  17. 17. A tag allows other users to search for specific things on Flickr and find useful material. The Privacy settings decide who can see your photos- the world (Public) or just friends and family. For a badge it must be Public. Photo Sets allow you to organise your photos better. If you want to create a badge, as we do, then this is important, as otherwise you will have unwanted photos from your account in the badge. When happy with the settings, click Finish
  18. 18. Indicates progress in the Upload.
  19. 19. Indicates a successful upload. Click Done
  20. 20. Back in the main Flickr page, click on tools again.
  21. 21. Scroll down until you see Display Flickr photos on your website , in the right-hand column. Click on build a badge
  22. 22. Choose the required style and press NEXT: CHOOSE PHOTOS
  23. 23. Choose the Set which you created for the badge.
  24. 24. Choose your desired colour scheme and press NEXT: PREVIEW & GET CODE
  25. 25. Copy this code onto your clipboard.
  26. 26. In TypePad, find the TypeLists tab. And now Create a new TypeList
  27. 27. Create new Notes list, and give it a name as required.
  28. 28. Copy the code from Flickr into the Note section. Then click Save
  29. 29. Before the badge appears on your blog, you will need to Publish it.
  30. 30. Click on the blog you want to publish the badge to. Then click Save Changes. Note: you might want to Order where the badge will be in your sidebar.
  31. 31. In your blog’s sidebar you should see your Flickr badge!

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