How To Get One Of Those Custom Images For Your Blog Comments – Gravatar / Avatar

Step 1:

Visit http://en.gravatar.com and click on “Get your Gravatar today”

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Step 2:

Enter the email address that you use when commenting on Blogs.  You can also add multiple email addresses once your account is created.  Make this address the primary one.

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Step 3:

An email confirmation will be sent and you must click on the link to complete the account setup process.

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Step 4:

Create the username and password for your Gravatar account.

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Step 5:

Now it’s time to add your image that will be displayed when you comment around the web.

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Step 6:

Select a location of your image and upload it into your account.

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Step 7:

Use the built in cropping tool to adjust the display of your image.

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Step 8:

Now when are out there on the web commenting on Blog Posts, use the same email address you used to create your Gravatar account.

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Step 9:

That is it and below is how it will look.

After you get it, show it off below by commenting.

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