#D7CX: I pledge that Media: Flickr will have a full Drupal 7 release on the day that Drupal 7 is released.
The Media: Flickr project currently offers Flickr Photoset capabilities to the Embedded Media Field module, upon which this module is dependent. To use it, enable the Embedded Video Field module, and add a Third Party Video field to a content type. For Thumbnails, you'll also need to apply for a Flickr API key.
After that, editors will be able to paste a URL or the embed code for a Flickr Photoset page or Slideshow into the field, and it will be displayed automatically. Additionally, that URL will be parsed automatically, so the module will know the difference between a Flickr Photoset URL and that of another supported provider, such as a YouTube video.
(1) After you install the Embedded Media Field and Media: Flickr modules, go to your admin configuration (http://[www.yoursite.com]/admin/content/emfield) and set the "Flickr API" values under Images or Videos tab > "Flickr configuration". Note: You need to create your Flickr API key and secret from your account on Flickr.
(2) Now when you create your Content Type and add the "Embedded Image" and/or "Embedded Video" field(s), you will need to fill out additional settings. In the "Providers Supported" fieldset area, check the "Custom URL" and "Flickr". Save the field settings.
(3) If you want a single image from Flickr, then use the "Embedded Image" CCK field.
Example Flickr URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thusthought/5156938698/in/set-7215762522081...
(4) If you want to use a set from Flickr, then use the "Embedded Video" CCK field.
Example Flickr URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thusthought/sets/72157625220814125/show/
The Drupal 7 version of the module requires the Media module. It currently only supports Flickr photos. However, it plugs in rather nicely, with fields and WYSIWYG.
You can click here to find instructions on how to set up the module to use photosets.
- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: Content Construction Kit (CCK), Media, Third-party Integration, Views
- Reported installs: 4,587 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 35,191
- Last modified: August 14, 2012