How can I add photos from Flickr?
How can I add photos(in recommended formats)from Flickr?I seem to have a problem finding files in accepted formats ie jpeg,gif,etc from flickr since everytime I import the machine returns an unknown file format and asks me to look for a suitable one.It is the same story when I hit the share button to the right of Actions tab to copy url.I have visited wikimedia and I didn't face a similar problem so I could as well stick with Wikimedia if it were not for seeming too monotonous.Please help.
I've never had a problem with Flickr images. I always save them to my computer before uploading the saved file to HubPages, this should give you the option to "Save As" a JPG/etc should you need to change the format of the file. I also always go through creativecommons.org in order to get to flickr in the first place, maybe that filters the images so that the right formats appear?
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