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How to use Flickr to create a WordPress photo gallery

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Step-by-step tutorial on how to create a Flickr photo set and upload it to a WordPress.com blog as a photo gallery.

Step-by-step tutorial on how to create a Flickr photo set and upload it to a WordPress.com blog as a photo gallery.

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  • 1. Uploading a Flickr photo setto your WordPress blogJournalism 111Clark College
  • 2. Navigate to the folder containing the photosyou want to include in your Flickr set
  • 3. Select all the photos you want to upload to FlickrThen click Open
  • 4. The selected photos will load onto this page
  • 5. You can edit the photo caption here or wait until later
  • 6. Click the upload button
  • 7. Click here
  • 8. The photos are nowin your photostream
  • 9. Click “Organize” to createa Flickr set (the same thingas a photo gallery)
  • 10. Drag the items from down here
  • 11. Click “Add to set”
  • 12. You have now created a new set.Give it a name and a description at left.
  • 13. After you save your new set, it appears in this window.
  • 14. Navigate back to your photostream
  • 15. Find theWordPresssharingicon
  • 16. Replace the highlighted part of the “API Endpoint” (your-blog.url) with thename of your blog. For example, the class blog would replace your-blog.url with clarkcollegejour111.wordpress.com. The final API Endpointwould therefore be http://clarkcollegejour111.wordpress.com/xmlrpc.php.Fill in the Username and Passwordfor your WordPress blog

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