Gravatar is the default avatar service for WordPress. Depending on the theme users and visitors who have registered with gravatar will see their avatar when they, for instance, leave a comment.

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get_user_meta Short Profile Section

Ok so i have added a custom field into the users edit profile page where they can add a link to a url of an image they want. I am currently using this for contribitors and above but i also have a ...
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If Else Gravatar Author Picture

Ok so i have added a custom field inside of the WordPress edit profile field where a contributor and above can add a custom image if they do not use gravatar. Now i am trying to write a if else ...
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Removing Gravatar.com support for WordPress and Simple Local Avatars

Currently I'm using Simple Local Avatars on several of my blogs allowing people to upload their own custom avatar. As far as I know Simple Local Avatars uses get_avatar to check whether a custom ...
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Default Gravatar not showing for pings

Here is my comments block: <div id="comments"> <?php if (have_comments()) : ?> <h3><?php printf(_n('1 comment', '%1$s comments', get_comments_number()), ...
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Alternative default avatar generator?

Most of the commenters at my WordPress blog do not have a Gravatar account. Hence the comment section is almost always filled with the same old mystery man avatars. I am looking for custom gravatar ...
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Upload gravatar in WP profile?

I'm interested in the theory of a user being able to register/upload a gravatar directly in their user account within a hosted WP system. Is this feasible?