Picasa, the popular web photo album service by Google is finally going to be turned off by the company. Google has recently announced to move on from Picasa and focus entirely on single photo service i.e. Google Photos.
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In our last tutorial, we discussed about a plugin that lets you show off image galleries from Pinterest profile or from a Pin-board. Now here we have selected 5 plugins that lets you do same thing but can grab images from other popular image sharing community websites like Flickr, Google Plus & Picasa, Tumblr, Instagram and we have also included Pinterest too in this tutorial. So what you can do with following plugins is embed a stylish in-post photo gallery from popular image sharing networks, you can do this via shortcode generator or use a sidebar widget.
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WordPress Popular Widgets: Weather, Facebook, Twitter, Visitors Map, YouTube, Picasa, Games is a free WordPress plugin that provides you a collection some popular WordPress widgets used by 200000+ blogs. Simply install and activate the plugin then visit your admin area Dashboard -> Appearance -> Widgets page and drag its widgets from to sidebar and make your blog more interactive, fun and engaging (View Screenshots).
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Using PictoBrowser one can easily embed Flickr and Picasa photostreams in anywebsite. All you need is follow few simple steps given here.
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Use PictoBrowser for embedding your Flickr – Picasa Photos in your website.
What is a PictoBrowser?
PictoBrowser a free web application that displays Flickr and Picasa images on websites and blogs.
How to get a PictoBrowser?
- Visit here
- If this link doesn’t work then visit http://pictobrowser.com/
- Click PictoBuilder at the top left corner of the page.
- Enter your Flickr/Picasa username.
- Choose images.
- Set Tag or Groups.
- It outputs some HTML code
- Copy that HTML code and paste it in your website or blog.
- If you use WordPress then you may paste it inside your posts and pages.