I'm trying to use flickrapi with python. I know for a fact this should work normally since I have it running on my personal computer. The code however in pythonanywhere seems to break specifically at this function.
for photo1 in flickr.interestingness_getList(date=date, license="1,2,3,4,5,6"):
I should note that I HAVE installed flickrapi using pip install --user flickrapi which worked. i believe other calls work.
the oddest part is the error 403. i dont know why i have THAT error. i was thinking this could be a result of me using 3 frames in one page, and that pythonanywhere maybe restricts me, but i dont think thats the case because it does run some things for the page, it just breaks at that function.
i can add more context to this if necessary. also I HAVE checked the error log and it doesnt say anything.