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  • Plugin Author Paul Bearne


    I see what you mean

    it looks like the the theme is added to the standard widget a bit of extra html

    <span class=”widget-headline”>Also Sponsored By</span>
    I would guess using the widget title filter

    which I hadn’t added to the plugin 🙁

    I will add in the next version

    but in the meantime

    add this line

    $title = apply_filters(‘widget_title’, empty($instance[‘title’]) ? __(‘Meta’) : $instance[‘title’], $instance, $this->id_base);
    in author-avatars/lib/AuthorAvatarsWidget.class.php

    at line 95

    94 extract($args, EXTR_SKIP);
    95 // build the widget html
    96 echo $before_widget;
    97 echo $before_title . $instance[‘title’] . $after_title;

    and believe it will work

    give me a couple of days and it will be added and tested


    Plugin Author Paul Bearne


    Hi Malcolm

    I have added this code change into the master version

    you can download it here

    Please do install this and let me know if I have fixed it?


    That update didn’t seem to fix the issue…and it made the avatars stack vertically! I have reverted to the original version of the file.

    Plugin Author Paul Bearne


    thank you for testing

    I have spotted a silly mistake in the code change please retry 🙂

    not sure why the avatar re-odered

    Yes, working perfectly! Thank you so much!

    Plugin Author Paul Bearne


    you can fix the image stacking with a little css – try this

    .widget_author_avatars .user{
    width: 80px;
    height: 80px;
    float: left;

    That doesn’t seem to be having exactly the desired effect…the avatars are not resizing, and there needs to be some padding…

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