In this lesson you will learn how to create and save avatars locally on your BuddyPress site, get rid from generic WordPress avatars and avoid calls to Gravatar for displaying user avatars. Continue reading Generate And Save Avatars Locally On Your BuddyPress Networking Website
Rocket Lazy Load is a simple but powerful plugin with a tiny (less than 2kb) lazy load script without any jQuery and others libraries. What all this script does is, it displays images on pages only when they are visible to your user’s eyes i.e. only when show up on screen with down scroll. Hence, this trick reduces the number of HTTP requests mechanism and improves your website’s loading time.
Here are three cool plugins you can for transforming default WordPress avatars to something else so that you can get something new when any avatarless reader comments on your blog post. Using following plugins you can add comic avatars like those popular in Reddit or you can display robots and monster avatars or you can only display name of Gravatar-less commenters.
Cache is basically a component used for storing data transparently for fast processing of requests. Data stored in cache can be the computed values or duplicates of original values stored somewhere else. If data is stored in the cache then requests are served simply by reading the cache which is comparatively faster. This tutorial explains you how you can enable cache for Gravatars of your WordPress site.
You can easily extend default WordPress widgets and add a few more widgets with more powerful features and customization options. GD Simple Widgets is a package of powerful and user-friendly widgets which expands default widgets features with few more must-have widgets specially for displaying posts, authors and comments.