I’d been manually adding custom default avatars in functions.php for a while, and it was always a hassle to edit it to change them. I decided to see if there was a plugin available to do the job, and stumbled upon “Add New Default Avatar” here: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/add-new-default-avatar/
It was nice, but it was missing some features such as the ability to manage avatars, upload images, and automatically resize thumbnails. So I made a few modifications 🙂
- Saves current default avatar before activating and restores it when deactivated
- Upload images using AJAX directly from the plugin page
- Ability to remove unneeded custom default avatars from the default avatar list
Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.
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THIS UPDATE WILL BREAK YOUR CURRENT CUSTOM AVATARS
It’s been five years since the last update, and I finally took another look at this plugin. Unfortunately it was full of security holes and coding standard issues. Things have come a long way since the last version. There aren’t any more known security issues, and it’s unlikely that I’ll update this plugin again unless any new issues arise.
- Major refactoring to remove security vulnerabilities and poor coding standards
- Small bug. I left a WB_DEBUG on 🙁
- Fixed small problem in readme.txt
- Upgraded to latest TimThumb, 2.8.10
- Fixed “wp_enqueue_script/wp_enqueue_style was called incorrectly” bug.
- A bit late, but thanks to Honza for letting me know about a bad CSS bug that killed the bullets on all li tags. Fixed.
- Cleaned up a lot of code, moved some actions to only admin area
- Upgrade to the more secure TimThumb 2.8
- Initial Release