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In wordpress, how can I change the profile picture of administrator or the users added. I didn't find any option to upload your profile picture from your PC. I know it is possible if I use Buddypress plugin in my wordpress. Is there any way to change the profile picture without this plugin?

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WordPress uses Gravatar, you can find more information about it here.

On WordPress.com, we use Gravatar to associate an avatar with a user’s account. If you’ve set up a Gravatar, it will be displayed when you post to the forums or comment on a blog, and it may also appear if your blog is featured on a tag page.

Custom - Backend

If you manually want to add images for your users, there are plenty plugins available to use:

  1. User Avatar
  2. Simple Local Avatars
  3. Add Local Avatars

Custom - Frontend

You could use Front-End Users, this plugin supports the User Avatar plugin.
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  • Hello Mike, Its not a good solution for me If I use Gravatar, I have to attach picture with their email for each n every user. I want solution for my site specific. – user2185117 Jul 9 '13 at 7:44
  • I edited my answer for you :-) you can use a plugin to add the wanted functionality – Mike Madern Jul 9 '13 at 7:58
  • All the mentioned plugin uses a back-end profile page image upload area. If we need a front-end solution, what can be then? – Mayeenul Islam Jul 9 '13 at 9:13
  • And another edit for you ;-) – Mike Madern Jul 9 '13 at 9:17
  • Besides the above solutions, there is also the Profile Builder plugin that supports avatars cozmoslabs.com/wordpress-profile-builder – Cristian Dumitru Antohe Jul 23 '13 at 14:34

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