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    I have followed these instructions and have the right info in here and have tried default and custom api key and still nothing loads for the FLIKR Widget other than the statement I added at the top:
    “Check Out Our Work & Follow Us On Flikr

    How To Setup The Flickr Widget

    Navigate to Appearance > Widgets in your Dashboard
    Locate the Flickr widget and drag it across to the sidebar or footer column of your choosing.
    Select Get Your Flickr ID link, http://idgettr.com
    After this, add your username in place of username in the field and select Find and it will generate your Flickr ID.
    Copy and paste the new Flickr ID into the correct field for the Flickr widget in the Dashboard.
    The default API key will already be filled in and it will function fine, but if you want to, you can also create your own by selecting the Flickr App Garden link.
    Once complete, do not forget to hit Save, then you’re complete.

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  • Roman
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    #14940 |

    please what’s your URL so I can see the code

    Our World Enterprises
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    #14941 |
    This reply has been set as private.
    Roman
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    #14947 |

    where the Flickr widget is supposed to be? which part of website?

    Our World Enterprises
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    #14948 |

    My apologies. I should have said that.

    It is in the right column of all but the main page.

    Thank you and sorry about that.

    Roman
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    #14951 |

    would be possible if u provide your login details in the private reply, so I can investigate further. thanks.

    Our World Enterprises
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    #14952 |

    Here is a link to a video of what I see that I have configured….

    I have verified that the information provided is correct.

    What I see happening is this…

    In this video you will notice that the FLIKRID is the FLIKR Username vs ID (That is what I put in originally).

    http://screencast.com/t/e2SNgK9Z

    In this picture, you will see I changed it and saved it, however each time I did that and exited and went back in, it had changed back to the FLIKR Username vs ID.

    Now as you can see in the picture, it is saved as the ID (After several times of changing it), however the FLIKR thing still does not work on the site:

    http://screencast.com/t/OWyYZRmtAF

    THoughts?

    Also, I see that there are multiple places to edit these things, In Customize for the theme, and in other areas. Where is the BEST place to edit these from?

    Thanks,

    Roman
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    #14954 |

    you will need to edit the flickr widget, in alora/widgets/flickr-widget.php file, line #70, change from:

    to

    this will be fixed in the next theme release, thanks.

    Our World Enterprises
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    #14955 |

    Thank you very much! Is there a good plugin you can use to edit, online, without FTP access these PHP files?

    Thank you

    Mohammad Abdullah
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    #14957 |

    MiwoFTP plugin is good alternative for ftp https://wordpress.org/plugins/miwoftp/

    thank you

    Our World Enterprises
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    #15040 |

    Thank you for the suggestion Mohammad, before I saw that I actually used the following and it worked like a champ!
    WP-Filemanager

    Roman, that worked like a charm! Thank you very much

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