Support » Plugin: Jetpack by WordPress.com » [Plugin: Jetpack by WordPress.com] How to display the custom author Profile fields

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  • Plugin Contributor Tim Moore

    (@tmoorewp)

    We do not currently store any of the social networking usernames for the local user accounts.

    I see. So it is only possible if I add those fields again customly and use them to display it?

    Plugin Contributor Tim Moore

    (@tmoorewp)

    I am unsure how you have been doing this in the past; Jetpack, to my knowledge, hasn’t offered the sort of data you describe above. I’m not sure that I can provide an accurate answer for you.

    You know, these settings can be set in the profile settings. Where you change password, nickname etc.. There are these fields, Twitter, Google Plus, AIM, E-mail etc… Some of them can be displayed, but the ones that come with JetPack cannot. At least I don’t know how to do it.

    Plugin Contributor Tim Moore

    (@tmoorewp)

    Ah, do you mean getting the data from the Gravatar Hovercards? If so, that is not actually stored anywhere in the database; we poll that from Gravatar using Javascript.

    You can do something similar if you wish; there is documentation here: http://en.gravatar.com/site/implement/profiles/

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