Author Avatars List/Block WordPress Plugin

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Have you ever wondered what your author profile picture looks like in your posts and pages? A lot of themes have this feature, but it’s limited to post authors only. Currently, you can either search for the same on Google or rely on other plugins to create an avatar block. Since both are quite tiresome to do, we are glad to present the Author Avatars Block and List plugin for WordPress.

Displaying a list of user avatars on your site may add a nice visual touch when introducing new users to the site or meeting visitors. This plugin makes it easy to display such a list, using information from the “user_avatar” field in your WordPress user data table. Three different block types are built-in: an ungrouped list of avatars (including links to additional information about each user), a grouped list without user names, and a grouped list that also includes names.

What the plugin does: allows your users to select the avatar they want to display and insert it into a post or page. The image will be inserted into the HTML code of the page with the email address given. This is very useful when implementing email tracking or when you need to display a person’s picture. Also included is the ability to insert single avatars into posts and pages.

This sort of visual cue can be helpful when looking back on, say, a year-long discussion that spanned dozens of blog posts by hundreds of people. It’s particularly useful for recalling whether someone was for or against something, which also shows up in their photo. This plugin adds a paginated list of user avatars to your WP site, automatically listing admins before normal users by default, and allows you to manually list other users (with shortcodes) or customize your own order. Choose which user roles should be shown and in what order!

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Have you ever wondered what your author profile picture looks like in your posts and pages? A lot of themes have this feature, but it’s limited to post authors only. Currently, you can either search for the same on Google or rely on other plugins to create an avatar block. Since both are quite tiresome to do, we are glad to present the Author Avatars Block and List plugin for WordPress.

Displaying a list of user avatars on your site may add a nice visual touch when introducing new users to the site or meeting visitors. This plugin makes it easy to display such a list, using information from the “user_avatar” field in your WordPress user data table. Three different block types are built-in: an ungrouped list of avatars (including links to additional information about each user), a grouped list without user names, and a grouped list that also includes names.

What the plugin does: allows your users to select the avatar they want to display and insert it into a post or page. The image will be inserted into the HTML code of the page with the email address given. This is very useful when implementing email tracking or when you need to display a person’s picture. Also included is the ability to insert single avatars into posts and pages.

This sort of visual cue can be helpful when looking back on, say, a year-long discussion that spanned dozens of blog posts by hundreds of people. It’s particularly useful for recalling whether someone was for or against something, which also shows up in their photo. This plugin adds a paginated list of user avatars to your WP site, automatically listing admins before normal users by default, and allows you to manually list other users (with shortcodes) or customize your own order. Choose which user roles should be shown and in what order!

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