I’m really sorry to be posting updates so quickly after the initial release of my ThemeMeme Eos WordPress theme, but after adding the Gravatar plugin to 0.2, I noticed that I forgot to change the path for the default gravatar. Instead of using the generic default icon, it was pulling the image I use here on ThemeMeme.

If you downloaded 0.2, please grab ThemeMeme Eos 0.3 and follow the instructions below to change the default gravatar. Thank you!

Find this code in the comments.php file:

and change it to this:

For more information, see WordPress Gravatar Plugin.

Generic Eos Gravatar

I’ve included a generic gravatar in the theme directory, gravatar.jpg (pictured above). To use it, move this image to your images folder and add the path to comments.php.

This version also corrects a problem with pre and code text overflowing the post column.

Published by Charlie Livingston

I'm Charlie, I run aThemes as well as a couple of other web properties. I'm currently living in SE Asia but originally from the UK.

8 Comments

  1. Robert: I have been waiting for your first theme release on ThemeMeme and I must say the wait was more than worth it. Nice work.

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  2. Thanks very much. It’s been a long time coming, but I hope to release another theme… soon.

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  3. I would have to say that out of all your themes you have built, this is by far the best. It will be tough to top this one, but I am sure you can do it. I love the “feature” box at the top left of the main page especially.

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  4. Thanks, sternz. That’s an interesting comment. I don’t know if it’s my best, but the code is the cleanest.

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  5. If you don’t mind me asking, is the “Quotable” section of ThemeMeme a particular plugin, or did you make it custom for yourself? Thanks. I hope to get the smoothgallery installed tomorrow. I LOVE this theme.

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  6. I’m using the Ad Rotator plugin for the “Quotable” section.

    I try to avoid adding too many plugins to my themes because it tends to confuse people, but if you know what you’re doing (and I know you do, sternz), this is a good plugin to have.

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  7. This is a fine theme in its own right, but even better as a starting point. I think you’ll see a lot of custom themes built on this.

    Nice work.

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  8. Thanks, Andrew. I tried to keep Sandbox as intact as possible even though I had to modify the theme files, so it should be easy to customize.

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