How to embed a Flickr slideshow in Wordpress?

When you create a Flickr slideshow, you get a link that you can use wherever you want to display that slideshow. If you have a WordPress website, you can embed the Flickr slideshow using this link. All you have to do is create a new page or post that will hold the Flickr media.
  1. Launch your Web browser and navigate to "" Substitute your own WordPress domain in place of ""
  2. Enter your username and password, then click "Log In" to access your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Click "Pages" in the navigation menu on the left to embed the Flickr slideshow in a Web page, or click "Posts" to embed the slideshow in a post.
  4. Click "Add New" to create a new page or post. The WordPress editor loads.
  5. Click the "HTML" tab in the editor to switch to HTML view.
  6. Type or paste the URL you received from Flickr when you created your slideshow.
  7. Click the "Visual" tab to switch back to live view. Format everything in your page or post to suit your preferences.
  8. Click "Publish" to create the page or post containing your Flickr slideshow.

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