Support » Plugin: One User Avatar | User Profile Picture » WP User Avatar Rides Again!

  • A forked version of the once excellent WP User Avatar, One User Avatar does the same simple job, and is still excellent. If you were a previous WP User Avatar (WPUA) user, and got highjacked into the ProfilePress bloatware plugin when that plugin changed owners, install One User Avatar (OUA), deactivate ProfilePress, and your site will just work the same way it used to with WPUA; all of the user profile avatar images will stay intact, and the interface will stay as you remembered it.

    You don’t have to transfer anything, OUA will use the settings already in your database. Once you’ve installed OUA and disabled ProfilePress, you can safely delete ProfilePress and everything will work.

    For former users of WP User Avatar who were switched to ProfilePress without being asked and are unhappy:

    • Install One User Avatar;
    • Disable ProfilePress;
    • Double-check everything;
    • Delete ProfilePress;
    • You’re all set!

    Thank you @onedesigns !

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  • Plugin Author One Designs

    (@onedesigns)

    Thank you for this review. An important detail to remember when deleting WP User Avatar is to not do it through the WordPress admin interface because doing so would remove all your existing avatars and settings. Instead, delete it manually using FTP. The plugin has an uninstall script that gets run when the delete command is issued via admin and it deletes all its traces from the database without warning, which is what causes this behavior.

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