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How do I change my Profile Photo?


Petra Jane

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Firstly, it is important to realise that this is a Members privilege, New Members are unable to edit their profile until they have made their first few posts.

 

Once you are a Member, left click on your username at the top right of any forum page, then click on Profile. This takes you to your profile page. Your Profile photo is by default made up of the initial letter of your username.

Just to the bottom left of your profile photo, there is a image icon, click on this.

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This brings up an Upload Photo option, click on the Choose Single File to search your device, or drag and drop your image to the same area. Note the maximum size of the image is 250Kb currently and the image can be gif, jpeg, jpg, jpe or png only.

 

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Then click continue. Now you get the chance to tweak your image size. Remember that your image is basically a rectangle, but it will be displayed as circular so you may need to adjust your image to fit within the circle.

 

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Thanks for posting this. I looked all over trying to figure out how to create the little image that replaces the letter in the circle. Then I saw you helpful and timely posts!!!!

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Thank you for this helpful information.

I hope this counts as a post. I'm looking for other places to post.

Have a lovely day. 

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6 hours ago, Cynthia Frank said:

Thank you for this helpful information.

I hope this counts as a post. I'm looking for other places to post.

Have a lovely day. 

It does, you will soon no longer be a New Member, but a Member and you can then upload your preferred profile image!

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  • 5 months later...

This is good! I am not in a hurry though I will update my profile picture when that moment comes.

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18 minutes ago, Nora Michels said:

How do I change my age? I put down that I was 27, but it's saying I'm 21 lol.

Since this is your first post, you need 4 more and then you will be able to change your profile on your own.  I will make the correction for you now though.  It is done.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, VickySGV said:

Since this is your first post, you need 4 more and then you will be able to change your profile on your own.  I will make the correction for you now though.  It is done.

 

 


Thank you so very much, Vicky! 🤗

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1 hour ago, SageOakley said:

hello,

is there a way to change the color for now?

thank you,

Sage

 

This is only your second post.  When you have five posts you can change your avatar.  The color behind your initial is NOT something staff can change for you since it is picked by some "random" programming of the site platform we use.

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24 minutes ago, VickySGV said:

 

This is only your second post.  When you have five posts you can change your avatar.  The color behind your initial is NOT something staff can change for you since it is picked by some "random" programming of the site platform we use.

oh, ok. thank you. 

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Sorry to necro a thread, but on a similar point, how long do my posts require moderator approval to be seen by others?  I'll see if I can do my profile pic after 5 posts, but if I have to wait till the posts are approved that's not too bad. As someone else said, I haven't done a forum in years so it's a new grove to get into.

 

Thanks for all the work on the site!

 

-Kerry

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7 hours ago, Kerry_Autumn said:

Sorry to necro a thread, but on a similar point, how long do my posts require moderator approval to be seen by others? 

 

5 and you now have 7.

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13 minutes ago, Jamey said:

On a related note, how do I change my name (to Jamey-Heather)?

I can do it for your now, the name is available. 

 

Done--

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  • 4 weeks later...

Thank you for this, I was just now trying to figure out how to edit my profile.  It appears as though I need to make more posts!

 

-Andrea

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