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AP Gravatars

Ardent Pixels’ New Gravatars is a simple plugin that adds the gravatar photo associated with the user’s email to their profile page. If they do not have a gravatar account, it displays a link to create one.

MultiSite compatable!

Requires: WordPress 2.0 or greater
Tested to: 3.3.1

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Installation

Single WordPress Install

1. Upload the ap-gravatars folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
2.  Activate the plugin through the Pluginsmenu in WordPress

WordPress MultiSite Install

1. Upload the ap-gravatars folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
2. Network Activate the plugin through the Network Admin > Plugins menu in WordPress
-or-
2.  Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress on an individual site basis

Frequently Asked Questions

“Do I need to do anything else for AP Gravatars to work?”

Nope, just upload and activate. There are not options, so the code’ll do the rest.

“What in the world is a Gravatar?”

A Globally Recognized Avatar* – Your Gravatar is an image that follows you from site to site appearing beside your name when you do things like comment or post on a blog. Avatars help identify your posts on blogs and web forums, so why not on any site?

*From the Gravatar.com website

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If you run into any issues or have questions, please use the WordPress Support forums.


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AP Extended MIME Types

Ardent Pixels’ New Extended MIME Types plugin was created specifically for WPMS in mind. With it, you can allow all or only select blogs to upload a MUCH wider range of file types.

Requires: WordPress 2.0 or greater
Tested to: 3.3.1

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Included MIME Types:

  • ac3
  • ai
  • aif
  • aifc
  • aiff
  • au
  • avi
  • bmp
  • cat
  • clp
  • crd
  • css
  • csv
  • csv
  • dll
  • doc
  • docm
  • docx
  • dot
  • dotm
  • dotx
  • eps
  • flv
  • gif
  • gtar
  • gz
  • gzip
  • htm
  • html
  • ics
  • ief
  • ifb
  • jpe
  • jpeg
  • jpg
  • js
  • m13
  • m14
  • mdb
  • mid
  • midi
  • mny
  • mov
  • movie
  • mp3
  • mp4
  • mpa
  • mpe
  • mpeg
  • mpg
  • mpp
  • msg
  • mvb
  • pdf
  • pict
  • png
  • pot
  • potm
  • potx
  • ppam
  • pps
  • ppsm
  • ppsx
  • ppt
  • pptm
  • pptx
  • ps
  • pub
  • qt
  • ra
  • ram
  • rtf
  • rtx
  • scd
  • snd
  • sst
  • stl
  • swf
  • tif
  • tiff
  • trm
  • tsv
  • txt
  • w6w
  • wav
  • wmf
  • word
  • wri
  • xla
  • xlam
  • xlc
  • xlm
  • xls
  • xlsb
  • xlsm
  • xlsx
  • xlt
  • xltm
  • xltx
  • xlw
  • zip

Installation

Single WordPress Install

1. Upload the ap-extended-mime-types folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
2.  Activate the plugin through the Pluginsmenu in WordPress

WordPress MultiSite Install

1. Upload the ap-extended-mime-types folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
2. Network Activate the plugin through the Network Admin > Plugins menu in WordPress
-or-
2.  Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress on an individual site basis

Frequently Asked Questions

“How do I add a new MIME type?”

Edit mime-types.txt to add/remove MIME types. Add your new MIME type in this format: extension content/type. For example:

  • pdf application/pdf
  • mid,midi audio/midi

For more file and formatting examples, view the mime-types.txt file. Also, A full list of mime-types is kept up on the IANA website.

“What in the world is a MIME?”

No, MIMEs are not white-faced, beret-sporting people who live in a “box”. MIMEs are Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions.

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If you run into any issues or have questions, please use the WordPress Support forums.

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