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Displaying your Picture along with your Comments at Ghumakkar.com

If you are an author or a reader at ghumakkar.com and are wondering why your picture does not appear along with your comments, you have reached the right place.
While going through posts and reading comments at http://www.ghumakkar.com, you will notice that for some comments, the picture of the author appears with there comments. For example:



While for others, a generic graphic appears, like this:



If you want to make your picture appear with your comments, follow these steps:

  1. Go to http://www.gravatar.com/. . In the email field, specify the email address that you have registered at ghumakkar.com and click Signup. This email address will most probably be the one on which you receive the regular updates from Ghumakkar.com.
  2. You will receive a Welcome Email from Gravatar at the email address that you have specified above. The email will contain a link to activate your account at gravatar. Click the link.
  3. The link will take you to the gravatar page where you can create your account.
  4. After creating your account, the Gravatar home page will be displayed, where you need to click the "Add one by clicking here!"
  5. A list of options to select your gravatar image from will be displayed. Select "My computer's hard drive".
  6. Upload the picture that you want to use as the profile picture for Ghumakkar.com and other blogs on Wordpress.
  7. You will be prompted to crop the image as per your requirement. Crop the image and click Crop and Finish
  8. You will be prompted to select the appropriate rating for your gravatar. Select the applicable rating based on the definitions given on the page.
  9. Next, the home page appears again. Just click on the image that you want to confirm as the primary gravatar profile pic (1) and click on the confirm button in the pop-up (2) as illustrated in the image below. 

Comments

  1. What if user already have a/c. Then how to put gravatar/pic ?

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  2. In that case, you need to start from step #4.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thanks Vibha for sharing interesting information..........

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