flickr

Flickr (pronounced "flicker") is an image hosting and video hosting website, and web services suite that was created by Ludicorp in 2004 and acquired by Yahoo in 2005. In addition to being a popular website for users to share and embed personal photographs, and effectively an online community, the service is widely used by photo researchers and by bloggers to host images that they embed in blogs and social media. read more at WikiPedia

  • sony_playstation_ps3

    Someone on flickr.com has post 200 pictures of the presentation of the PS3, some are really dark since they are pirate (It was not allowed to take any pictures duing the presentation, which has been respect by no one for our pleasure...)




  • photowidget.smugmug.flickr.picasa

    I did integrate the Flickr widget from RoyTanck.com as a Joomla module. This version do not depend on Roy’s site, and run offline if needed as i rewrite the RSS parsing code myself. For now you can see it live running on the right side of Roy’s site

    • Your Smugmug/ Picasa or Flickr RSS feed. To get feed URL one for your Flickr photo stream, simply go to your photo stream's page and right-click the little orange RSS icon at the bottom. Select ‘Copy link location’ or ‘Copy shortcut’ and paste it into the form below. For Picasa, there’s a link called ‘RSS’ at the bottom right of the ‘My Photos’ page, and a small icon on the sidebar on other pages. For Smugmug the icon is located at the bottom of the page.
    • The dimensions for the widget. This depends almost entirely from the layout of your website. Square aspect rations work best (equal width and height). At very large sizes (400px and up) the thumbnails might have bigger pixels than usual.
    • The background color for the widget. You can use Colorpicker.com to get the right value for your website. The selected color serves only as a backup if ‘Use background transparency’ is selected.
    • RSS feed is also optional photowidget also support up to 10 images on your server.

    Before releasing I need to clean the code a bit, test the installer, write a small documentation, submit module to Joomla! extension.. maybe tomorrow, but before the week end for sure!

  • This extension for Joomla! 2.5 allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery2/Gallery3 and YouTube or any RSS feed in any article.

    CedPhotoFeed Joomla extension consist of

    • 2 plugins,
    • 1 module (NEW),
    • 1 component.

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    News and Noteworthy

    New Extension installer

    Borrowed from K2 (credits goes to them) only uninstall the component to remove everything automatically and safely

    Redesigned backend panel

    The administrator area has been redesigned and now support direct links to Manual, Forums, Joomla extensions directory, download area and social links.

    cedphotofeed_2-6-0_newadminpanel

    A new Joomla Module photofeed

    CedPhotoFeed is also now available as a module, it support

    • Module Class Suffix,
    • Prepare content plugins inside the module
    • and all the features of the plugins!

    cedphotofeed_2-6-0_newmodule

    New Layout “Flow”

    This new layout display images in the space available, use better the space than always using a fixed grid of n * m images,

    cedphotofeed_2-6-0_newflowlayout

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    New Sorting method

    New sorting methods have been added to give you more control in which order the images will be displayed from RSS feed

    • Random order (NEW)
    • Reverse order (NEW)
    • No sorting (NEW)
    • EXIF meta data

    Search Engine Optimizations (SEO)

    From the RSS feed and for each images, the Description is now added as HTML “alt” attribute for the following renderer: Lightbox, Lightbox2, Shadowbox and Html,

    Prepared for Joomla 3.0, but not ready yet

    Improved administrator panel using Bootstrap UI

    New Joomla installer, ready to support Joomla 3.0,

    Miscellaneous

    Security has been improved: missing index.html, more input data validations added,

    Behind the scene

    The code has been refactored (using interfaces, factories and responsibilities splitting) to meet new challenges and add new functionalities faster (yes they will be soon some new jquery layouts Winking smile)

    CedPhotoFeed
    │   index.html
    │   PhotoFeedHTML.php
    │
    ├───helpers
    │       helper.php
    │       index.html
    │
    ├───layout
    │       flow.php
    │       grid.php
    │       index.html
    │       jquery.php
    │       layout.php
    │       layoutfactory.php
    │
    ├───models
    │       cedphotofeed.php
    │       index.html
    ││
    ├───plugins
    │       flickr.php
    │       g2.php
    │       generic.php
    │       index.html
    │       picasa.php
    │       plugins.php
    │       pluginsfactory.php
    │       smugmug.php
    │       youtube.php
    │
    ├───rendering
    │       html.php
    │       index.html
    │       lightbox.php
    │       lightbox2.php
    │       renderingfactory.php
    │       rokbox.php
    │       shadowbox.php
    │
    └───sorting
            exif.php
            index.html
            none.php
            random.php
            reverse.php
            sortingfactory.php
  • This extension for Joomla! 2.5 allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery2/Gallery3 and YouTube or any RSS feed in any article.

    Whats New

    BUGButton in the backend was always working properly while when being logged in the the frontend of the site, It was returning an error 404.

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  • This extension for Joomla&160; 2.5 and Joomla 3.0 allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery2/Gallery3 and YouTube or any RSS feed in any article.

    To update your extension, either download the latest extension packages from the download section of cedphotofeed or update via the Joomla Extensions Update interface.

    You can visit also the blog of cedPhotofeed for joomla

    Whats New

    NEW&160; compatibility improved for Joomla 2.5 and also now for Joomla 3.0

  • This extension for Joomla  2.5 and Joomla 3.0 allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery2/Gallery3 and YouTube or any RSS feed in any article.

    To update your extension, either download the latest extension packages from the download section of cedphotofeed or update via the Joomla Extensions Update interface.

    You can visit also the blog of cedPhotofeed for joomla

    What’s New

    NEW  Support for RokBox 2.0, use under Rendering “RokBox 2”, instead of “RokBox

    NOTE: If you are upgrading from RokBox 1 and you are using the old RokBox syntax, such as {rokbox} or <a rel="rokbox" .., you can enable the Backward Compatibility from both the System and Content plug-in. Be aware that the Backward compatibility can dramatically slow down the loading of your site. It is highly suggested to convert the old syntax into the new one. Starting from cedphotofeed 2.6.3 you can use the Rendering “RokBox 2” and switch off the backward compatibility.

    NEW  A new settings in the administrator panel “Force”. This setting is optional, default value is auto detect- If you use custom URL for your hosting library (like visuals.waltercedric.com instead of www.smugmug.com), you may want to force the library instead of letting cedPhotoFeed auto detect the right host based on URL. You can either set "Force" = "Yes" in administrator panel system wide or add this optional settings now in every mambot. Here is a axample of a custom URL that use SmugMug:

    {rss uri=http://www.darbym.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=nicknameRecentPhotos&Data=DarbyM&format=rss200 limit=3 force=Smugmug}

    Concerning the size of pictures displayed when using Picasa

    Concerning the size of pictures displayed when using Picasa, the max picture size returned by the RSS feed is height="265px" and width="512px", embedded thumbnails being of size

    1. height="38px" width="72px"
    2. height="75px" width="144px"
    3. height="149px" width="288px”

    It is not in any way a limitation of cedPhotoFeed!

     

     

  • This is a small content plugin for Joomla! 1.5 that allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.

    If you put the following in your article

    photoFeed.code

    the gallery content will be displayed as a result

    photoFeed.result&160;

    FEATURES:

    photofeed.settings

    The photoFEED plugin uses the lastRSS class to grab images from a Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed to display in any Joomla! hosted website.

    It provides access to the Images title, description and content

    USAGE: you can do it from any of your post or page. you can set any RSS feed like Smugmug, Picasa, Flickr etc with a limit of how many photos you want in your post/page. You need to keep in mind that you need to assign to things there:

       1. rss uri = feed location
    2. limit = number of photos to be shown

    the plugin will replace only the text within the post/page which is encoded with a curly brace {} with resulted photos. The remaindered text will be same. Add your RSS Feed in the body of your post or page in the following format

    {rss uri=FeedURL limit=5}

    Alternatively you can leave the limit blank like this to get all the photos {rss uri=flickr/picasa/smugmugrssfeed_location limit=}

    Note:

    This Joomla! plugin is based on fdsPhotoFEED v1.0.0 and all credits should be given to the original author: Nurul Ferdous, I did just wrap his hard work in a Joomla! content plugin to solve my needs.

    Code is GPL v2.0

    Downloadand Details

  • PhotoFEED is a small content plugin for Joomla! 1.5 that allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.

    You can see it running here in my Demo site.

    New version 1.5.0 is available!

    photofeed.joomla.1.5_thumb3

    NEW:  use /media directory for resources
    NEW:  online documentation in administrator panel
    NEW:  plugin log data in debug mode at /logs/plg.photofeed.log.php you cant point a browser to it, use FTP/SCP/Plesk/Cpanel to read this file.
    NEW: demo mode

    Download PhotoFeed

    photofeed

     

     

    Documentation

    wiki_icon

    Use the forums for support, questions or submitting your ideas

    forums_icon

  • This is a package for Joomla! 1.6/1.7 and 2.5 that allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: SmugMug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.

    This is a standalone version of the extension PhotoFeed that is also now part of CedSmugMug

    Features

    Photofeed 2.5.1 for J2.5 Released - Features

    Usage

    Photofeed 2.5.1 for J2.5 Released - Usage

    New ideas/features/bugs are always welcomed either through forums or  by using feedback

    What’s new?
    • Native Joomla 2.5 package
    • all the features

     

  • Photofeed for Joomla! get a major refresh today.

    flickr.photofeed
    example above with Flickr RSS

    What’s new?

    NEW: supports HTML caching of the resulting pictures grid
    NEW: RSS caching (lifetime can be choosen in admin panel)
    NEW: You can change the layout through CSS class .photofeed and .photofeedLine
    NEW: You can decide how many pictures you want per lines
    NEW: logs files are now written in debug mode to /logs/plg.photofeed.log.php
    NEW: improve documentation and now use a widget in administrator panel with tabs.
    Rewrite some parts to not have a monolithic architecture


    Features

    • Native Joomla! 1.5 plugin,
    • Support Multiple entries of the tag {rss...} in articles
    • It can fetch photos from Smugmug
    • It can fetch photos from Flickr
    • It can fetch photos from Picasa & any other RSS feed
    • It supports RSS caching (lifetime can be choosen in admin panel)
    • It supports HTML caching of the resulting pictures grid
    • It supports following library top open up images: lightbox, lightbox2 slideshow with navigation button Prev & Next and shadowbox http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/style-&-design/popups-&-iframes/4577/details
    • Image Caption is fetched and shown in lightbox2 show
    • Code produced is XHTML 1.0 Strict,
    • You can change the layout through CSS class .photofeed and .photofeedLine
    • You can decide how many pictures you want per lines
    • Tested in the following browser Firefox, Opera, Chrome, IE 8
    • Approved at Joomla Extension JED,
    • GPL v3.0,
    • Non commercial.

     

    Support: If you require support for this component please visit the Support Forums.

    Documentation: Official documentation available at Cédric Walter Wiki.

    Do you like this extension? Rate it at Joomla! Extensions Directory

    Download Visit http://www.waltercedric.com/index2.php?option=com_versions&catid=23

    Always use the latest version subscribe to the download RSS Feed Icon

  • 78px-Smugmug_logo 22711-250px-picasa-logo.svg Flickr_logo Photofeed is a small content plugin for Joomla! 1.5 that allow you to inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.

    Ed Henderson (http://www.henderland.net/) has submitted me a patch today that correct and improve Photofeed by a huge margin. It has done such a great job that I deliver this version now. I plan to add in the next version Photofeed 1.2 full support for gallery2 (aka G2), don’t forget to request new features in the Smugmug forum support board

    July 7, 2009 - List of fixes and enhancements from Ed Henderson

    Bug fixes

    1. Fixed malformed image URL (had double-quote at the end and not at the start so didn't display properly in lightbox)
    2. Fixed problem with "@" and single-quote in captions (this broke the php code)
    3. Fixed $library not being passed thru to rss_parse function (this caused the image to not be viewed via lightbox)

    Enhancements:

    1. Specify the thumbnail size in pixels
    2. Specify if square thumbnail or maintain aspect ratio (if not square then thumbnail size just specifies the height)
    3. Now recognize multiple {rss...} tags in a single article.
    4. Specify thumbnail size and square thumbnail in {rss... size=90 square=yes|no} tag to override system-wide defaults. Or if tag element left blank i.e. "ulimit=" then defaults to system default.
    5. Specify thumbnail border width in pixels
    6. Added special section in the code for Picasa so that viewing largest image (800px) could be possible.
    7. Added more verbiage to photofeed.xml to help with plugin usage.

    Future enhancements to do

    1. Recognize single and/or double quotes in {rss..} tag
    2. No order to tag elements - i.e. size=75 could come first in the {rss...} tag
    3. If tag element missing then just take default - at this time all tag elements must be in the tag to work
    4. Ability to choose size of image to view - now defaults to largest for Picasa.

    Testing: Note that I have tested these changes on Picasa only.&160; I believe it will work with the other photo sites as I made changes to their code for any enhancements I added.

    Download / documentation / keep up to date by adding the download photofeed RSS Feed Icon

  • photowidget

    I am really happy to deliver this new Joomla! module. It also now support RSS of

    • Gallery2,
    • Smugmug,
    • Flickr,
    • Picasa.

    I did document everything in the WIKI. I still respond to private emails but try now to always create new entries in the WIKI as it help more users.

    Enjoy!

    &160;

    This extension will also be available at Joomla extensions in the Category Photo Channels

    Roy Tanck's Flickr Widget requires Flash Player 9 or better.

  • logo_simplepie_horizontal feature_feed

    The module PhotoWidget has been totally rewritten using simplepie.org, a famous open source RSS parser, by the way Joomla!, Drupal, and a lot of open source projects use it natively.

    SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, that puts the 'simple' back into 'really simple syndication'. Flexible enough to suit beginners and veterans alike, SimplePie is focused on speed, ease of use, compatibility and standards compliance.

    Code is now:

    • Smaller,
    • Object oriented: it is funny how you always start to hack small project in php in a non object oriented way at the beginning :-)
    • More robust toward multiple RSS feeds.

    But it also contains some new interesting features! Below is an example of Photowidget ouput with a Smugmug RSS feed. Photowidget support: Picasa, Flickr, G2, and a lot of other RSS feeds.

    What’s new

    BUG:&160; by clicking on Smugmug/Picasa/Flickr thumbnail, it drive you to the correct gallery

    NEW: Code use SimplePie and no more my custom RSS parser, this mean more compatibility, speed, and quality of RSS parsing/caching.

    NEW: if you don’t like the flash output, you can now output pictures from an RSS feed in a full HTML badge manner. It will just fill the space you give in the module as seen below

    photowidgetSmugmugHTML

    NEW: Flickr thumbnail picture size can now be selected

    NEW: Picasa thumbnail picture size can now be selected

    photowidget-Picasa-Flickr.size

    NEW: You can copy this module&160; many times and use it at different places in your layout (before only one instances was able to run for each Joomla!) at the condition to use an unique id for each.

    photowidget-UniqueID

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    Resources

    The wiki page is here http://wiki.waltercedric.com/index.php?title=Photowidget

    The demo site is here http://demo2.waltercedric.com/ examples at the bottom of the page

    Download here and keep up to date with the download RSS Feed Icon
  • photowidget

    This is a small module for Joomla! 1.5/1.6 that allow you to display a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed.

    I did integrate the Flickr widget from RoyTanck.com as a Joomla! module. This version do not depend on Roy’s site, and run offline if needed as i rewrite the RSS parsing code myself.

    • Your Smugmug/ Picasa/Gallery 2 or Flickr RSS feed. To get feed URL one for your Flickr photo stream, simply go to your photo stream's page and right-click the little orange RSS icon at the bottom. Select ‘Copy link location’ or ‘Copy shortcut’ and paste it into the form below. For Picasa, there’s a link called ‘RSS’ at the bottom right of the ‘My Photos’ page, and a small icon on the sidebar on other pages. For Smugmug the icon is located at the bottom of the page.
    • The dimensions for the widget. This depends almost entirely from the layout of your website. Square aspect rations work best (equal width and height). At very large sizes (400px and up) the thumbnails might have bigger pixels than usual.
    • The background color for the widget. You can use Colorpicker.com to get the right value for your website. The selected color serves only as a backup if ‘Use background transparency’ is selected.
    • RSS feed is also optional Photowidget also support up to 10 images on your server.

    What’s new

    NEW: version 1.6.0 is only for Joomla! 1.6
    NEW: This version use the Joomla! build in update manager, just browse to the page Extension Manager: Update (at yoursite/administrator/index.php?option=com_installer&view=update) to fetch and update this extension with one click
    NEW: Use Joomla! templating best practices
    NEW:
    Embeded documentation windows to live wiki page for always up to date documentation

    Features

    • Native Joomla! 1.5/1.6 module,
    • It can fetch photos from Smugmug/Flickr/Picasaor any other RSS feed
    • if you don’t like the flash output, you can now output pictures from an RSS feed in a full HTML badge manner.
    • It supports RSS caching (lifetime can be choosen in admin panel)
    • It can also let you define fix url to images on your site
    • Flickr/Picasa thumbnail pictures size can be selected
    • You can copy this module many times and use it at different places in your layout (before only one instances was able to run for each Joomla!) at the condition to use an unique id for each.
    • Code produced is XHTML 1.0 Strict,
    • Tested in the following browser Firefox, Opera, Chrome, IE 8
    • Approved at Joomla Extension JED,
    • GPL v3.0,
    • Non commercial.

    The wiki page is here http://wiki.waltercedric.com/index.php?title=Photowidget

    Demo site

     DOWNLOAD HERE AND KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE DOWNLOAD RSS Feed Icon

  • Photowidget has been approved at Joomla Extension directory
    This is a small module for Joomla! 1.5 that allow you to display a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa, Gallery 2 or any RSS feed.

    This extension is now available at Joomla extensions in the Category Photo Channels



     

     



  • joomla_cms

    The extension has been converted successfully to Joomla! 1.6

    Photofeed can inline a set of images from your favorite online gallery: Smugmug, Flickr, Picasa or any RSS feed in any article.

    Now with Photofeed you can put in an article the following

    {rss uri=http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?id=45007589@N00&lang=en-us&format=rss_200 limit=20}

    and here is the result

     

    Features

    • Update manager is also supported, keep up to date this extension with only one click using Joomla! 1.6 extensions manager
    • Photofeed 1.6 is Joomla! 1.6 native, it wont run in Joomla! 1.5 (use Photofeed 1.2.x)
    • Code produced is XHTML 1.0 Strict,
    • Tested in the following browser Firefox, Opera, Chrome, IE 8
    • License as always under GNU/GPL v3.0 or later

    Download

    Demo

    Documentation

    Visit the online WIKI

    Support

    Use the forum board

    Tracker for new features and bugs at http://jira.waltercedric.com/jira/browse/PHOTOFEED