Mmelite: M mepụtara Ngwaọrụ Sidebar iji gosipụta Ozi Chepụtara gị.
Today's post by Jon Arnold was fantastic on tips for designing a website, but I noticed the first comment attributed the post to me. That's a telltale sign I need to make the author information more prominent.
I've not created a widget for this (and I'm surprised that no one else has!), but I was able to edit my sidebar in my WordPress blog theme and add the following code:
Na otu peeji peeji, agbakwunye mpaghara akụkụ ọzọ nwere foto nke onye edemede (iji a gravatar), aha ha zuru oke, ebe obibi ha na ihe omuma ha dika akowara ha na profaịlụ ha. M kwukwara a di na nwunye na klas aka huu gravatar floated n'aka ekpe na elu nke ngalaba nwere a kacha nta dị elu na ihe omume na-ede akwụkwọ enweghị ihe ọmụma.
Nweta_author_meta('email') retrieves the email address of the author and passes it to the get_avatar function. The Nwachukwu function translates the email into an identifier that's passed to the gravatar server to post the appropriate image. This is essential since you want to avoid making an email address available in the source of the page… spammers love to harvest emails.
A na-ewepụta data ndị ọzọ na-eji ya the_author_meta ozi.