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  • Avatar of Phlux0r
    Phlux0r
    Participant

    @phlux0r

    Cos you can’t :). There’s no feature to change the blog avatar.

    Avatar of Shnooka30
    Shnooka30
    Participant

    @shnooka30

    That cant be possible, that doesn’t make any sense?

    Avatar of Roy McKenzie
    Roy McKenzie
    Participant

    @roymckenzie

    Haha, yea. Not sure why not either.

    just remove them in your theme if you don’t like them. Or – you could use the author’s avatar instead.

    Avatar of matt-edminster
    Matt Edminster
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    @matt-edminster-2

    Gotta agree with Shnooka30 on this one. Because blogs may be identified by topic rather than author, it would only make sense that a custom avatar could be assigned to the blog to override the blog creator or default avatar.

    This is on the roadmap http://buddypress.org/about/roadmap/

    Avatar of luccame
    luccame
    Participant

    @luccame

    This is already planned on the Roadmap for version 1.4

    Avatar of roneneffect
    roneneffect
    Participant

    @roneneffect

    How exactly would you use the author avatar instead? Because that would actually work perfectly for my setup. Thanks.

    Avatar of Ron Rennick
    Ron Rennick
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    @wpmuguru

    If you want to show the avatar on each post then you would get the avatar for $post->post_author. It would probably be a very minor tweak to the theme.

    Avatar of vusis
    vusis
    Participant

    @vusis

    i should say this is probably the worse limitation of buddypress.

    Avatar of online
    online
    Participant

    @online

    Also quite surprised 8O

    Would be nice to be able to provide graphical links to blogs from the homepage. (somewhat hidden widget request ;)

    Avatar of jimmytortuga
    jimmytortuga
    Member

    @jimmytortuga

    One year 8 months later; v. 1.5. has just come out, and STILL no possibility of editing blog avatars; and it makes even LESS sense today than way back when. It just CANĀ“T be that hard!

    Avatar of r-a-y
    r-a-y
    Moderator

    @r-a-y

    BuddyPress is a volunteer project; other than the lead developer who has a portion of his time dedicated to developing and managing BuddyPress, no one else is paid to code it. The project heavily relies on the contributions of others.

    That being said, it is not too hard to code a blog avatars plugin for BuddyPress, someone just needs to find the time out of their schedule to code it. Be it for a client or for free.

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