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Add Hovercards to Your WordPress Blog

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Gravatar recently launched Hovercards, a new feature that servers as a nifty bridge between your Gravatar and your Gravatar Profile. Hovercards have already been enabled throughout WordPress.com and WordPress.org, and there is an official plugin in the works, but what if you can’t wait for the official plugin to add Hovercards to your WordPress blog? If your theme has a functions.php file, just add the following line within the file: wp_enqueue_script( ‘gprofiles’, ‘http://s.gravatar.com/js/gprofiles.js’, array( ‘jquery’ ), ‘e’, true ); If your theme doesn’t have a functions.php file, or you’d rather not mess with it, use a plain text editor to create a file called hovercards.php with the following content, then use an FTP or SFTP client to upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, and activate it via the Plugins section of the admin panel. <?php /* Plugin Name: Hovercards */ wp_enqueue_script( ‘gprofiles’, ‘http://s.gravatar.com/js/gprofiles.js’, array( ‘jquery’ ), ‘e’, true ); ?> […]

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