Flickr Photo and Profile Visitors Displayer Tracker

StarPhoto and Profile Visitors Displayer Tracker Installation Guide

If you have a account, you may have wondered how to know who looks at your uploaded Flickr photos, or who views your profile. To see who visits all your Flickr photos and content, you need to set up tracking. Just follow these instructions and you'll soon be able to see the real popularity of your photos:

  1. Subscribe to your web visitor tracking account at

  2. Log in to your account, click on the "Add New Project" menu item, and select a tracker (all styles function the same

  3. Enter your Flickr profile's public address (e.g. and name your project

  4. Select "Flickr" from the tracking website's drop-down menu while generating TraceMyIP code. does not allow embedding a JavaScript code. Therefore some features like the keywords and referrer link will not work with Flickr. All other TraceMyIP functions will work as designed

  5. Flickr currently seems to be discarding image tags. In order to get around this obstacle, the image must be in HTTPS/SSL format. Check the HTTPS/SSL-compliable box to make sure that your tracker is not removed

  6. Right-click on and copy your new HTML visitor and URL viewing code

  7. Login to Flickr and click on your username at the top

  8. Click on "edit" next to your profile

  9. Paste your tracker code into the "Describe yourself" box

  10. You may also want to set up tracking on individual photos. To do that, open the photos that you want to track, and paste the HTTPS/SSL code into the Comments box. A tracker will now be displayed

  11. Verify that the tracker now shows up on your profile and on photos that you want to track

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