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Custom Avatars

Descripción

The Custom Avatars plugin allows you to give visitors a custom avatar theme if they don’t have a Gravatar. It was developed by iElectrify and Fahd Murtaza.

Simply install the Custom Avatars plugin by following these steps:

  1. Upload the 'custom-avatars' folder to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory of your WordPress installation.
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

If your WordPress theme does not support avatars (which is rare), you can manually add the following snippet of code where you want the avatars to appear:

<?php get_avatar(); ?>

Avatars should be sized at 48×48 pixels. You can use a free graphics viewer/resizer such as IrfanView (available at www.irfanview.com) to resize your avatars. For themed icons that are free for personal and commercial use, visit www.iconfinder.net.

Once you have your avatars ready, upload them to the 'custom-avatars/images' folder in your WordPress plugins area. That’s it! Enjoy!

Features:

Allow your visitors to:
* Use custom random avatars instead of the default Gravatars.

Troubleshooting:

If you encounter any issues with this plugin, please send an email to info@fahdmurtaza.com or post on the WordPress support forum for this plugin.

Instalación

Manual Installation:

Thank you for downloading the Custom Avatars plugin. This plugin allows you to give visitors a custom avatar theme if they don’t have a Gravatar.

  1. Upload the 'custom-avatars' folder to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory of your WordPress installation.
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

If your WordPress theme does not support avatars (which is rare), you can manually add the following snippet of code where you want the avatars to appear:

<?php get_avatar(); ?>

Avatars should be sized at 48×48 pixels. You can use a free graphics viewer/resizer such as IrfanView (available at www.irfanview.com) to resize your avatars. For themed icons that are free for personal and commercial use, visit www.iconfinder.net.

Once you have your avatars ready, upload them to the 'custom-avatars/images' folder in your WordPress plugins area. That’s it! Enjoy!

Installation through WordPress Dashboard:

  1. Go to 'Plugins' -> 'Add New' in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Search for 'Custom Avatars'.
  3. Click 'Install Now' for the 'Custom Avatars' plugin.
  4. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

If your WordPress theme does not support avatars (which is rare), you can manually add the following snippet of code where you want the avatars to appear:

<?php get_avatar(); ?>

Avatars should be sized at 48

x48 pixels. You can use a free graphics viewer/resizer such as IrfanView (available at www.irfanview.com) to resize your avatars. For themed icons that are free for personal and commercial use, visit www.iconfinder.net.

Once you have your avatars ready, upload them to the 'custom-avatars/images' folder in your WordPress plugins area. That’s it! Enjoy!

FAQ

How does it work?

The Custom Avatars plugin allows your users to use custom random avatars.

What if I have a suggestion?

Please post your suggestions in the plugin forum, and I will get back to you.

What if I need commercial help?

For commercial assistance, you can contact any of the developers at www.ielectrify.com or www.fahdmurtaza.com.

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Registro de cambios

1.2 (May 29, 2023)

  • Added compatibility for WordPress 6.2.2.
  • Updated tags and tested up to version for repository search ease.
  • Refactored the plugin code to adhere to WordPress coding standards and best practices.
  • Prefixed function variables with 'wpca_' to follow naming conventions.
  • Reorganized the installation instructions for better clarity.
  • Updated the readme file with the latest installation instructions and information.
  • Applied missing standards for WordPress plugin development.
  • Improved the overall code readability and formatting.

1.1

No functional changes. Only added new tags for repository search ease.

1.0

Initial plugin release. (01/12/12)