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Flickr plugin version 1.1.0

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Une nouvelle version 1.1.0 du [wiki:plugins:flickr plugin Flickr] est maintenant disponible au téléchargement. Il permet d'afficher à l'aide d'un autotag une photo hébergée sur le site de partage flickr sous la forme d'une miniature carrée, rectangle ou un aperçu de taille petit ou moyen. Un autre autotag permet d'afficher plusieurs images sous la forme d'une galerie que l'on peut visionner dans une lightbox réalisé avec jquery.

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L'autotag flickr:XXXXXXXX

Affiche l'image XXXXXXXX et un lien http://www.flickr.com/photos/user/XXXXXXXX/ vers la photo d'origine sur le site flickr. Le titre de la photo sera affecté à l'attribut title de l'image (visible au survol de la souris) mais vous pouvez aussi affecter un autre titre comme ceci [flickr:XXXXXXXX Mon titre]

Vous pouvez aussi choisir l'alignement et la taille de l'image. L'attribut "align:" accept les valeurs "left" (aligné à gauche par défaut) et "right" (droite), et l'attribut "size:" accepte les valeurs "square" (carré), "thumbnail" (miniature par défaut), "small" (petite), et "medium" (médium).

Exemple   [flickr:XXXXXXXX align:right size:square]

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L'autotag flickr_gallery:X

L'autotag flickr_gallery affiche des X images. Les filtres disponibles sont :

  • user_id (Optional) : The NSID of the user who's photo to search. If this parameter isn't passed then everybody's public photos will be searched.
  • tags (Optional) : A comma-delimited list of tags. Photos with one or more of the tags listed will be returned.
  • min_upload_date (Optional) : Minimum upload date. Photos with an upload date greater than or equal to this value will be returned. The date should be in the form of a unix timestamp.
  • max_upload_date (Optional) : Maximum upload date. Photos with an upload date less than or equal to this value will be returned. The date should be in the form of a unix timestamp.
  • min_taken_date (Optional) : Minimum taken date. Photos with an taken date greater than or equal to this value will be returned. The date should be in the form of a mysql datetime.
  • max_taken_date (Optional) : Maximum taken date. Photos with an taken date less than or equal to this value will be returned. The date should be in the form of a mysql datetime.
  • sort (Optional) : The order in which to sort returned photos. Deafults to date-posted-desc (unless you are doing a radial geo query, in which case the default sorting is by ascending distance from the point specified). The possible values are: date-posted-asc, date-posted-desc, date-taken-asc, date-taken-desc, interestingness-desc, interestingness-asc, and relevance.
  • bbox (Optional) : A comma-delimited list of 4 values defining the Bounding Box of the area that will be searched.The 4 values represent the bottom-left corner of the box and the top-right corner, minimum_longitude, minimum_latitude, maximum_longitude, maximum_latitude. Longitude has a range of -180 to 180 , latitude of -90 to 90. Defaults to -180, -90, 180, 90 if not specified. Unlike standard photo queries, geo (or bounding box) queries will only return 250 results per page. Geo queries require some sort of limiting agent in order to prevent the database from crying. This is basically like the check against "parameterless searches" for queries without a geo component. A tag, for instance, is considered a limiting agent as are user defined min_date_taken and min_date_upload parameters — If no limiting factor is passed we return only photos added in the last 12 hours (though we may extend the limit in the future).
  • group_id (Optional) : The id of a group who's pool to search. If specified, only matching photos posted to the group's pool will be returned.
  • lat (Optional) : A valid latitude, in decimal format, for doing radial geo queries.Geo queries require some sort of limiting agent in order to prevent the database from crying. This is basically like the check against "parameterless searches" for queries without a geo component.A tag, for instance, is considered a limiting agent as are user defined min_date_taken and min_date_upload parameters &emdash; If no limiting factor is passed we return only photos added in the last 12 hours (though we may extend the limit in the future).
  • lon (Optional) : A valid longitude, in decimal format, for doing radial geo queries.Geo queries require some sort of limiting agent in order to prevent the database from crying. This is basically like the check against "parameterless searches" for queries without a geo component.A tag, for instance, is considered a limiting agent as are user defined min_date_taken and min_date_upload parameters &emdash; If no limiting factor is passed we return only photos added in the last 12 hours (though we may extend the limit in the future).
  • radius (Optional) : A valid radius used for geo queries, greater than zero and less than 20 miles (or 32 kilometers), for use with point-based geo queries. The default value is 5 (km).

Un dernier paramètre optionel permet de donner une légende (caption). 

 

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