A slideshow is worth a million words
It's HTML5: That means your Flickr slideshow works on all devices, including iPhones and iPads.
It's responsive: You can create a slideshow that will expand and shrink to fill the screen you're watching on.
It's hassle-free: No installation manuals here! Getting a slideshow on your site or blog is as simple as cutting and pasting a few lines of HTML. It's free and you don't have to sign up for anything.
It's loaded with options: Pull photos from Flickr sets / albums, tags, groups, users or keywords and add thumbnails and transition effects.
See a sample
Use this form to create a Flickr slideshow you can embed on your own website with a simple copy and paste:
Specify how long - in seconds - each slide should stay on the screen (entering 0 will disable autoplay).
You can have up to 100 slides in a show.
The "Toggle" option adds a small button to the top left corner that turns captions on. "On" starts the show with captions showing.
This hides the slideshow background. Check out this page for details.
Move to the next slide when the current image is clicked.
Include a slide count and the current slide number.
Include a tiny "Slideshow created on flickrit.com" link in the bottom-left corner of the slideshow. If you've enjoyed your experience with this site, we'd appreciate the added publicity!
Questions, comments or suggestions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright (c) 2014 Todd Froemling (Other project). Flickrit uses the Galleria classic theme and Flickr plugin, which were released under the MIT License.