WordPress has an interesting way of handling user profile images – avatars. Let’s see in more details how it works and how to improve it.
In WordPress, profile images are powered by Gravatar, a free service run and supported by Automattic. If you don’t know what Gravatar is, in short, it’s a service that allows you to create a profile and associate avatar images to their email addresses. Once you create a profile on the Gravatar website, your Gravatar image will automatically follow you whenever you participate in any WordPress site. For example, if you leave a comment with an email on a WordPress site, it pulls your avatar image from Gravatar servers and displays it next to your comment. It’s a good service and it helps you be more organized and consistent with your avatars and have unified online identity.
Currently, WordPress is powering 27.5% of all websites on the internet. It is one of the biggest open source projects in the world.
This didn’t happen overnight, WordPress became popular for few reasons — it’s flexible, open source, free and it has a big community behind it. People who contributed many hours of voluntary work to improve WordPress and make it more awesome, in my opinion, is the main reason why WordPress became so popular. And if you are using WordPress today and it makes your life easier or it helps you to find new customers and grow your business, consider giving something back. You can do it even if you don’t know how to code.Read more
Hello there and thank you for stopping by. First of all, if you don’t know anything about Just Good Themes, we want to introduce ourselves. We are Tomas(front-end developer & UI designer) and Asta(front-end and back-end developer) from Vilnius, Lithuania, and we build free and premium WordPress themes.
The Main Idea Behind This Blog
This blog is dedicated to all things WordPress. But it will be useful not only for people who are running WordPress sites but for all site owners. If you have a website, you know that it requires knowing quite a few things. From content management, SEO, themes, plugins to servers, marketing and etc. It can be overwhelming, especially for new users. With this blog, we want to help you to improve your current or to help you painlessly start a new site.
The main topics will be:
WordPress site management
WordPress plugins recommendation
WordPress plugins configuration
New theme releases
Also we will share writing, productivity and marketing tips that worked for us. The main idea of this blog is to provide useful content for you. Hope you are excited as we are. If yes, subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Twitter.
If you have any ideas for WordPress themes, blog posts, resources, plugins or code snippets, you can get in touch on Twitter or just drop us an email. We’d really appreciate your input.