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Allows a user to associate a profile photo with their account through their ”Your Profile” page. Admins may add a user profile photo by accessing the ”Edit User” page. Uploaded images are resized to fit the dimensions specified on the options page; a thumbnail image correspondingly is also generated. User photos may be displayed within a post or a comment to help identify the author. New template tags introduced are:

Important: all of these ”template tags” must appear inside of PHP script blocks (see examples below). The first two should be placed in the posts loop near the_author(), and the second two in the comments loop near comment_author() (or their respective equivalents). Furthermore, userphoto_the_author_photo() anduserphoto_the_author_thumbnail() may be called anywhere (i.e. sidebar) if$authordata is set.

The output of these template tags may be modified by passing four parameters: $before,$after$attributes, and $default_src, as in:userphoto_the_author_photo($before, $after, $attributes, $default_src). If the user photo exists (or $default_src is supplied), then the text provided in the $before and$after parameters is respectively prefixed and suffixed to the generated img tag (a common pattern in WordPress). If attributes are provided in the $attributes parameter, then they are returned as attributes of the generated img element. For example:userphoto_the_author_photo('', '', array(style => 'border:0')) Just added in 0.8.1 release are these two new template tags