Console Avatar Dropdown is a simple Oxwall plugin that displays logged-in user avatar on your website console bar. It replaces the profile menu or the little man icon on most themes.
With Console Avatar Dropdown plugin, your users will still be able to access all the profile dropdown menu links, this time with their avatar image just beside their name or the little man icon.
You can download Console Avatar Dropdown plugin free on the Oxwall store https://developers.oxwall.com/store/item/1498
- In your admin panel, go to Plugins -> Add and click the ‘Add New’ button.
- Upload your copy of consoleavatar.zip you have downloaded from the store.
- Go to Available Plugins, locate ‘Console Avatar Dropdown‘ and click ‘Install‘
- Navigate to Plugins > Plugins > Console Avatar Dropdown > Settings in your admin panel and customize to taste.
Admin can turn off display name of the console avatar. The option can be accessed from the plugin admin setting page.
This software is intended for use with Oxwall Free Community Software http://www.oxwall.org/ and is a proprietary licensed product. For more information see Oxwall store commercial license https://developers.oxwall.com/store/oscl.
Console Avatar Dropdown Oxwall plugin, Copyright 2018 Ebenezer Obasi.
Console Avatar Dropdown is distributed under the terms of Oxwall Store Commercial License (OSCL).
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are not permitted provided.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, provided by the copyright holders and contributors “AS IS” and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of MERCHANTABILITY and FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE are disclaimed.
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