reverting back to the original blavatar?
When I first signed on to WP, the program automatically generated the blavatar graphic. Later on, at some point, I opted to change to a photo/gravatar. However, photos or self-created images stand out and have become problematic. Can I get the original, automatically generated graphic back?
The blog I need help with is lbliveablog.wordpress.com.
See here please:
Note: Gravatar/blavatar images are cached and frequently take several days to display after a change. The first place they tend to display is here in the forums. If several days have passed and that change is not in evidence then post here for Gravatar support > http://en.gravatar.com/site/contact-us/
ummm… forgot to mention that I did my due diligence, but neither of the two recommended resources seemed to address the issue, perhaps because I did not mention that the visitors to my blog do not have blogs of their own and are only visitors. However, for the purpose of visiting, they seem to get a symbolic graphic alongside their name.
I’m not clear what this has to do with visitors to your private blog. Did you know that your Gravatar.com account has always been a WordPress.com account? http://blog.gravatar.com/2013/04/03/gravatar-and-wordpress-com-together-forever/ You don’t have to be a WordPress user or blogger to register gravatar and it’s simple and free to do so.
If you want to change your gravatar/blavatar go here > Dashboard > Users > My Profile
ummm… I’m probably not explaining this. If you can view http://lbliveablog.wordpress.com/ look at look at kelpkutrs and sailingkathryn next to their names. What is the correct way to refer to that graphic?
I had one similar to that when I first created lbliveablog and would like to get it back rather that my current photo/gravatar.
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