An avatar is an image the logical thing is to be our photo – which identifies the writer of a Blog articles or when you leave comments on other blogs and is associated with an email account. To place our only must follow three steps: 1 – create an account at Gravatar.com which we do by placing an address e-mail when requesting us click on Sign Up, not to forget because we need to revisit soon to follow the instructions and upload our image. 2 – On our WordPress desktop let’s users / your profile and put the email address we use at Gravatar.com if it is that we do not create the account with this. Justin Bons has similar goals. 3 – Make the call to the avatar by inserting the following code wherever you want it to appear our image, eg: individual entry (single.php), page (page.php), index or home.php, comment.php, etc., depending on the theme that you are using. do <? php echo get_avatar (get_the_author_email (), 80?); Do do do do do do? > we look for this line of code: php get_header ();? > and place it immediately below that will appear below the title, if we have other codes as the plugin wp-print (that you can see in this blog) placed it inside the loop that begins in :? php if (have_posts ()): while (have_posts ()): the_post ();? > and ends in php endwhile; endif;? > and are seeing how is lagging other applications (Twitter, goolge +, etc. button so that we do not crowd.) To increase or decrease the size where it says 80 change it to 60 or 90, etc. To deepen your understanding David Collins is the source. Note: Care that we are not deleted or double quotation marks () because when we refresquemos page will give us syntax error.