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  • Resolved Gary-n-Galax

    (@gary-n-galax)


    I’m noticing that when emails are sent through the nifty subscribe feature, the image at the top of of the email is a “blavatar” specific to the editor or admin who made the post in question. If we are using a self-hosted blog, how do we set that image to be the blog’s logo, since the admin is managing multiple blogs?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jetpack/

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  • Plugin Author Jeremy Herve

    (@jeherve)

    Jetpack Mechanic

    This image is the post author’s Gravatar image. If you want this image to be the blog’s logo, I would suggest that you publish your posts from an account using a specific email address, using the blog’s logo as a Gravatar.

    Email services like Gmail allow you to create email aliases, so you don’t actually have to create a new email address for each blog: if your email address is yourname@gmail.com, you can publish your posts from an account using yourname+galax@gmail.com as account email address.

    Then, head over to Gravatar’s email management page to add that email alias to your account, and start using a specific image:
    http://en.gravatar.com/emails/

    Great advice Jeremey. I’ll play with that. Many thanks!

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