Change the avatar ratio?

Possible sollutions: Use Css with something like overflow: hidden; and “cut out” what you need. Use the filter apply_filters(‘get_avatar’, $avatar, $id_or_email, $size, $default, $alt); and override the output of $avatar completely. The function get_avatar() is pluggable. That means if you hook a plugin function early enough that already defines get_avatar() then this function will be …

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avatar displays outside of targeted area

There is a native WordPress function to do exactly what it sounds like you’re trying to do. You need to replace userphoto_thumbnail($user_info, $before=””, $after=””, $attributes = array(width => ’40’, height => ’40’), $default_src=””) with get_avatar($user_info->ID,40) Check here for your future reference –

Subsite theme mystery man replacement with Buddypress on main site [closed]

The following code needs to placed in the functions.php file of any theme that has a replacement mystery man avatar. Adding it to bp-custom.php will not work in this instance. <?php // Use a differnt image than default mystery man function bp_custom_set_avatar_constants() { define( ‘BP_AVATAR_DEFAULT’, get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . ‘/images/mystery-man.jpg’ ); define( ‘BP_AVATAR_DEFAULT_THUMB’, get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . ‘/images/mystery-man-50.jpg’ ); …

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Retrieve meta_value from add_comment_meta

You are saving your data with non-unique key (false as last argument), but retrieve it it as singular data (true as last argument). This is likely returning you the first voter on comment. You need to retrieve complete array of values and work with it to be operating on complete data.