13 thoughts on “Image-Flicker v.0.2”

  1. Hi Sam,

    I am getting a JS error in Firefox when I load the images:

    document.getElementById(“image_flicker”) has no properties
    -> document.getElementById(“image_flicker”).innerHTML = slideHTML;
    Line 60



  2. Hi there,

    This is a great plugin – but I can’t get it to work!

    In Manage – Image Flicker – all the pictures, links etc are displaying fine. But when I add the code: to the sidebar under a heading – the heading shows, but the pictures don’t.

    Do you have any advise?
    Could it be conflicting with another ‘div’ command: ?

    Thanks, Saffron

  3. Hi,

    The installation and adding of pictures worked fine, but when i add the into my sidebar.php page it doesnt show up in my browser. What could be the problem?


  4. This just isn’t working. I installed the plugin, and set my banners. Then, in my header, I added .

    Nothing displays. JavaScript is being initialized in the header, and is not throwing any errors.

  5. Disregard my comments. In the javascript, the element calls for id “image_flicker” while in the HTML it’s id “image-flicker”

  6. Hi.

    I have added Image-Flicker and set the images, etc. however adding this code to my sidebar gives me no results:



    Any suggestions?


  7. I’m trying to use image-flicker, but when I put in a widget or a footer.php file nothing happens. The plug in is activated and I’ve pointed it to a picture file in the manage section, so that part all works. Why can’t I now call it up?

  8. OK, the text of the code didn’t show up, duh, should’ve known that. “” Is the code I’m using. I hope it shows up in this post.

  9. OK, I’m using div id=”image-flicker” /div, with each enclosed in the less than/greater than signs.

  10. I just installed it and couldn’t get it to display – BUT – then I changed the div id to “image_flicker” instead of the suggested “image-flicker” and it works great! Wonderful plugin and almost exactly what I was looking for.

    This is a huge problem in the documentation though, and I would guess it’s causing many to prematurely abandon the plugin altogether.

    The only feature request I have is some nice transition between the images – like a smooth crossfade. Nothing fancy, just simple.

    That, and little prev/next arrows overlaid on either side would make this a perfect plugin for what I want.

    Thanks again.

  11. Sorry for not getting to this sooner! I’ve now fixed the documentation, and added a sidebar widget; all of the above issues should be resolved in version 0.3. Oh, apart from a nicer transition between frames…I’ll get to that.

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