I've been stumped with this easiest problem for hrs now, embracing my buddies at StackOverflow :)
Essentially, I am creating a custom WordPress theme. I am utilizing the same code that I have tried personally many occasions before from EightFaces "FlickrRSS" wordpress plugin. Code appears like this:
<?php get_flickrRSS( array( 'set' => '72157625440574627', 'num_items' => 20, 'type' => 'set' ) ); ?>
The issue (that is tough to trobleshoot and fix) is the fact that I recieve absolutely ZERO return in the above code. To date I've attempted different customers and various Photo Sets, without any luck.
Annoyed by being not able to debug, I attempted another wordpress plugin the "Flickr Gallery" wordpress plugin that has high rankings also. While using shortcodes with this gallery I again get Practically Nothing.
I figured that possibly my server in some way got totally reset to PHP 4, but that is not it, it's looking for PHP 5.
Also, happened in my experience that it may be WordPress 3.03. This website is the only person of individuals I have developed using WordPress 3.03.
I am totally stumped. Anybody available seen this issue as well as have recommendations for debugging? I'll try anything (as lengthy when i haven't attempted it already).
The array is setup correctly, however i think you will find the wrong value for "set".
I experienced your account, found your website, and after that I discovered your Flickr account. After I navigate to http://www.flickr.com/photos/brianfeister/sets/72157625440574627/ I recieve a 404.
Either you will find the wrong set number, or it is set to personal or something like that.
It required some time, however i determined the issue.
Based on the README file that accompany the wordpress plugin, the 'id' area is just needed when 'type' is placed to 'user' or 'group', however it works out it's needed with 'set' too.
Basically run this:
get_flickrRSS( array( 'set' => '72157624166201871', 'num_items' => 5, 'type' => 'set' ) )
I recieve nothing, but when I add the 'id' area (i.e. the 'id' for that user possessing the set, not your 'id'):
get_flickrRSS( array( 'set' => '72157624166201871', 'num_items' => 5, 'type' => 'set', 'id' => '51236489@N06' ) )
It really works.