Sets custom avatars for users without gravatar. Avatars will be replaced by first letter of usename (or e-mail) on a colorful background
|Author:||Sibin Grasic (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.8|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.0|
|Added to WordPress repository:||04-01-2016|
|Total downloads:||1 535|
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Plugin settings page
Random colored avatars with user lock-in
Gravatars displayed alongside letter avatars
- Upload letter-avatars.zip to plugins via WordPress admin panel, or upload unzipped folder to your plugins folder
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress
- Go to Settings->Letter Avatars to manage the options
Can I disable gravatars and use Letter Avatars for all comments?
Yes you can. By default, Letter Avatars are used only for users without gravatar, but you can change that in user settings.
Can I change the font for my Avatars?
By default, Letter Avatars will be displayed in your theme font, but you can change that in plugin settings.
Does this plugin work with bbPress / BuddyPress? / wpDiscuz
At the moment, no. This feature is planned and will be implemented in one of the next versions
What does the user lock-in option do?
If you enable user lock-in (when random colors are enabled), each user will have his own unique color which will be used for all the comments.
- Fully reworked codebase
- New Feature: Same color for repeated comments by same author
- Improvement: Moved settings to separate page
- Improvement: Revamped settings system
- Improvement: Reworked avatar hookin process – better performance
- Improvement: Reworked gravatar detection – works in all scenarios
- Improvement: Better color randomization – each avatar has a unique color
- Bugfix: Improved option handling
- Bugfix: Better google font handling
- Many more performance and stability fixes
- Added hook for style loading
- Added hook for plugin options
- Improved gravatar detection
- Improved Theme / Plugin compatibility
- Improved performance
- Added PHPDoc to all classes / functions
- Initial release