January 27, 2011

How to Add a Custom Background Image to BuddyPress Avatars

Let’s do something fun with BuddyPress! We had someone on Twitter request a tutorial on how to give BuddyPress avatars a custom background, specifically a Polaroid image, so that’s what we’re going to use as an example today. The only thing you’ll need to do for this tutorial is edit the CSS of your child …

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