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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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the trick. It seems that Gravatar overrides it, so the only way the codex code works is if I first disable gravatar. The issue that I'm now facing is that in disabling gravatar for buddypress, it … profile picture on gravatar." BUT All users could go to their buddypress account page (which we all automatically have no matter how we signed up as long as we have a user account on the site) and they …
asked Mar 25 '18 by Haazna
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means I'm no longer talking about using the bp-custom.php file. Instead I've opted to create a custom gravatar option within the wordpress backend, using my child theme's function file. I've tried a … ://example.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/wpb-default- gravatar.png'; $avatar_defaults[$myavatar] = "Default Gravatar"; return $avatar_defaults; } Add the above code to your theme function file and replace …
answered Mar 25 '18 by Haazna