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Posted on 2011-10-15
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Hello, my website: http://tiny.cc/q0en4 is having some issues with the comment avatars not showing up. I am new to wordpress and everything was custom made so I am not sure where to fix this or how to fix it....

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Question by:VenusBreeze
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by:Jason C. Levine
ID: 36974906
Assuming your theme has gravatar support in it, the setting is found at: Dashboard | Settings | Discussion | Avatar Display

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by:VenusBreeze
ID: 36976201
Thanks,

All the settings here are correct, listed as "show avatar" and an image is selceted. I also had some custom work done to the comment section so I think the problem lies here...
<?php 
/*     This is comment.phps by Christian Montoya, http://www.christianmontoya.com

    Available to you under the do-whatever-you-want license. If you like it, 
    you are totally welcome to link back to me. 
    
    Use of this code does not grant you the right to use the design or any of the 
    other files on my site. Beyond this file, all rights are reserved, unless otherwise noted. 
    
    Enjoy!
*/
?>

<!-- Comments code provided by christianmontoya.com -->

<?php if (!empty($post->post_password) && $_COOKIE['wp-postpass_'.COOKIEHASH]!=$post->post_password) : ?>
    <p id="comments-locked">Enter your password to view comments.</p>
<?php return; endif; ?>

<?php if (pings_open()) : ?>
    <p id="respond"><span id="trackback-link">
        <a href="<?php trackback_url() ?>" rel="trackback">Get a Trackback link</a>
    </span></p>
<?php endif; ?>

<?php if ($comments) : ?>

<?php 

    /* Author values for author highlighting */
    /* Enter your email and name as they appear in the admin options */
    $author = array(
            "highlight" => "highlight",
            "email" => "info@stunnazine.com",
            "name" => "Admin"
    ); 

    /* Count the totals */
    $numPingBacks = 0;
    $numComments  = 0;

    /* Loop throught comments to count these totals */
    foreach ($comments as $comment) {
        if (get_comment_type() != "comment") { $numPingBacks++; }
        else { $numComments++; }
    }
    
    /* Used to stripe comments */
    $thiscomment = 'odd'; 
?>

<?php

    /* This is a loop for printing pingbacks/trackbacks if there are any */
    if ($numPingBacks != 0) : ?>

    <h2 class="comments-header"><?php _e($numPingBacks); ?> Trackbacks/Pingbacks</h2>
    <ol id="trackbacks">
    
<?php foreach ($comments as $comment) : ?>
<?php if (get_comment_type()!="comment") : ?>

    <li id="comment-<?php comment_ID() ?>" class="<?php _e($thiscomment); ?>">
    <?php comment_type(__('Comment'), __('Trackback'), __('Pingback')); ?>: 
    <?php comment_author_link(); ?> on <?php comment_date(); ?>
    </li>
    
    <?php if('odd'==$thiscomment) { $thiscomment = 'even'; } else { $thiscomment = 'odd'; } ?>
    
<?php endif; endforeach; ?>

    </ol>

<?php endif; ?>

<?php 

    /* This is a loop for printing comments */
    if ($numComments != 0) : ?>
<?php /*?><?php twittar('45', 'default.png', '#e9e9e9', 'twitavatars', 1, 'G'); ?><?php */?>


    <h2 class="comments-header"><?php _e($numComments); ?> Comments</h2>
    <ol id="comments">
    
    <?php foreach ($comments as $comment) : ?>
    <?php if (get_comment_type()=="comment") : ?>
    
        <li id="comment-<?php comment_ID(); ?>" class="<?php 
        
        /* Highlighting class for author or regular striping class for others */
        
        /* Get current author name/e-mail */
        $this_name = $comment->comment_author;
        $this_email = $comment->comment_author_email;
        
        /* Compare to $author array values */
        if (strcasecmp($this_name, $author["name"])==0 && strcasecmp($this_email, $author["email"])==0)
            _e($author["highlight"]); 
        else 
            _e($thiscomment); 
        
        ?>">
		<?php /*?><?php echo get_avatar($comment,$size='80',$default='<path_to_url>' ); ?><?php */?>
        <?php echo get_avatar( $comment, 80,'http://www.stunnazine.com//wp-content/themes/caty_stunnazTheme/images/noavatar.png'); ?>
        <?php /*?><?php if(function_exists("get_avatar")) echo get_avatar( $comment,$size='80'); ?><?php */?>
            <div id="guser2"><?php /*?><div class="comment-meta"><?php */?>
            
<?php /* If you want to use gravatars, they go somewhere around here */ ?>

<a id="guseri" href="<?php the_author_meta( 'user_url'); ?>"><?php printf(__('%s'), get_comment_author_link()) ?></a><a id="gdate" href="<?php the_author_meta( 'user_url'); ?>" class="comment-date"><?php comment_date() ?></a></div>
	
       
       
       
	<?php /*?><span class="comment-author"><?php comment_author_link() ?></span>, <?php */?>
              
            <div class="gcomment">
<?php /* Or maybe put gravatars here. The typical thing is to float them in the CSS */ 
    /* Typical gravatar call: 
        <img src="<?php gravatar("R", 80, "YOUR DEFAULT GRAVATAR URL"); ?>" 
        alt="" class="gravatar" width="80" height="80">
    */ ?>
                <?php comment_text(); ?>
            </div>
        </li>
        
    <?php if('odd'==$thiscomment) { $thiscomment = 'even'; } else { $thiscomment = 'odd'; } ?>
    
    <?php endif; endforeach; ?>
    
    </ol>
    
    <?php endif; ?>
    
<?php else : 

    /* No comments at all means a simple message instead */ 
?>

    <h2 class="comments-header">No Comments Yet</h2>

    <p>You can be the first to comment!</p>
    
<?php endif; ?>

<?php if (comments_open()) : ?>

<?php /* This would be a good place for live preview... 
    <div id="live-preview">
        <h2 class="comments-header">Live Preview</h2>
        <?php live_preview(); ?>
    </div>
 */ ?>

    <div id="comments-form">
    
    <h2 id="comments-header"></h2>
    
    <?php if (get_option('comment_registration') && !$user_ID ) : ?>
        <p id="comments-blocked">You must be <a href="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-login.php?redirect_to=
        <?php the_permalink(); ?>">logged in</a> to post a comment.</p>
    <?php else : ?>

    <form action="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-comments-post.php" method="post" id="commentform">

    <?php if ($user_ID) : ?>
    
    <p>Logged in as <a href="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-admin/profile.php">
        <?php echo $user_identity; ?></a>. 
        <a href="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-login.php?action=logout" 
        title="Log out of this account">Logout</a>
    </p>
    
    <?php else : ?>
    
        <p><input type="text" name="author" id="author" value="<?php echo $comment_author; ?>" size="22" />
        <label for="author">Name<?php if ($req) _e(' (required)'); ?></label></p>
        
        <p><input type="text" name="email" id="email" value="<?php echo $comment_author_email; ?>" size="22" />
        <label for="email">E-mail (will not be published)<?php if ($req) _e(' (required)'); ?></label></p>
        
        <p>
      <input name="gurl" type="text" id="gurl" size="22" />
      <label for="url">Website</label></p>
    
    <?php endif; ?>

    <?php /* You might want to display this: 
        <p>XHTML: You can use these tags: <?php echo allowed_tags(); ?></p> */ ?>

        <p><textarea name="comment" id="comment" rows="5" cols="30"></textarea></p>
        
        <?php /* Buttons are easier to style than input[type=submit], 
                but you can replace: 
                <button type="submit" name="submit" id="sub">Submit</button>
                with: 
                <input type="submit" name="submit" id="sub" value="Submit" />
                if you like */ 
        ?>
        <p><button type="submit" name="submit" id="sub">Submit</button>
        <input type="hidden" name="comment_post_ID" value="<?php echo $id; ?>"></p>
    
    <?php do_action('comment_form', $post->ID); ?>

    </form>
    </div>

<?php endif; // If registration required and not logged in ?>

<?php else : // Comments are closed ?>
    <p id="comments-closed">Sorry, comments for this entry are closed at this time.</p>
<?php endif; ?>

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gwkg earned 2000 total points
ID: 36984251
All you need to show the avatar is

<?php echo get_avatar( $comment, 80 ); ?>

The code you are using is

<?php echo get_avatar( $comment, 80,'http://www.stunnazine.com//wp-content/themes/caty_stunnazTheme/images/noavatar.png'); ?>

The 3rd parameter is overriding the default 'Mystery Man' avatar and trying to grab noavatar.png from that link but it's returning a file not found error.

See also: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_avatar
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