Avatars

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

An avatar image is a way that users can identify themselves visually around the web as they interact with blogs or websites (for example, when leaving comments). Use these settings in ProPhoto to adjust the size of these avatar images, their alignment and the space around the avatar image.

Select a ‘default’ avatar in WordPress

When enabled, WordPress will use one of the default avatar images for all visitors who comment on your blog. You can select from a few different ‘default avatar’ options in the “Settings” > “Discussion” area:

When avatars are enabled, a visitor’s image will appear next to any comment they leave on your blog.

a ‘default’ avatar example

Gravatar images

WordPress also supports Gravatar images for comments. Visitors who have created a Gravatar account can use their own custom avatar image when leaving comments on other websites around the Internet – Gravatar images are pulled in when visitors fill in their Email address in your Comment form.

You can control which ‘rating’ should be allowed for Gravatar images in WordPress:  “Settings” > “Discussion”
(don’t worry, “G”-rated is the default…)

For more info about how to create your own Gravatar account, go here: http://gravatar.com


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

An avatar image is a way that users can identify themselves visually around the web as they interact with blogs or websites (for example, when leaving comments). Use these settings in ProPhoto to adjust the size of these avatar images, their alignment and the space around the avatar image.

Select a ‘default’ avatar in WordPress

When enabled, WordPress will use one of the default avatar images for all visitors who comment on your blog. You can select from a few different ‘default avatar’ options in the “Settings” > “Discussion” area:

When avatars are enabled, a visitor’s image will appear next to any comment they leave on your blog.

a ‘default’ avatar example

Gravatar images

WordPress also supports Gravatar images for comments. Visitors who have created a Gravatar account can use their own custom avatar image when leaving comments on other websites around the Internet – Gravatar images are pulled in when visitors fill in their Email address in your Comment form.

You can control which ‘rating’ should be allowed for Gravatar images in WordPress:  “Settings” > “Discussion”
(don’t worry, “G”-rated is the default…)

For more info about how to create your own Gravatar account, go here: http://gravatar.com

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

A Gravatar is a small thumbnail image that users can have follow them around the web as they interact with blogs or websites (like making comments). For more info about Gravatars, or to set one up, go here: http://en.gravatar.com

An avatar image is a way that users can identify themselves visually around the web as they interact with blogs or websites (for example, when leaving comments). Use these settings in ProPhoto to adjust the size of these avatar images, their alignment and the space around the avatar image.

Select a ‘default’ avatar in WordPress

When enabled, WordPress will use one of the default avatar images for all visitors who comment on your blog. You can select from a few different ‘default avatar’ options in the “Settings” > “Discussion” area:

‘default’ avatar options in WordPress

When avatars are enabled, a visitor’s image will appear next to any comment they leave on your blog.

a ‘default’ avatar example

Gravatar images

WordPress also supports Gravatar images for comments. Visitors who have created a Gravatar account can use their own custom avatar image when leaving comments on other websites around the Internet – Gravatar images are used when visitors fill in their Email address in your Comment form.

You can control which ‘rating’ should be allowed for Gravatar images in WordPress:  “Settings” > “Discussion”
(don’t worry, “G”-rated is the default…)

For more info about how to create your own Gravatar account, go here: http://gravatar.com

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