Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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20 August 2009
Hi, I’m having problems changing my forum avatar. I have a new pic cropped, but it doesn’t show on new posts, only in the profile.
And I have not been successful at putting up a blog avatar. It goes to the password site and doesn’t go further. What browser should I use. I am currently using Internet Explorer.
Thanks for the help
Spirit Horacia, Castaño, Olympia + human family Cecilia, Georg and Julia - - - Hori first diagnosed 8/6/09, ampu 8/12/09, run over the bridge 9/10/09 – We miss you every day dear girl!
25 April 2007
Terribly sorry for the inconvenience Cecilia. You may just need to clear your browser cache for the new avatar to appear. The cached version of your old image is probably loading. What pic are you seeing? Did you follow these instructions?
<– This is the profile avatar we are currently seeing next to your posts. It is the same one we see in your user profile. I'm sorry, but I forget what image you had if it was different.
I do notice your blog is still using the default avatar. If you are experiencing problems uploading or cropping your blog avatar image, please use the alternative upload method (Dashboard -> Settings -> “Alternative Upload” button). If problems persist, try the using the Firefox web broswer. We have not heard of the redirection issue you describe. If all else fails, sund us your desired image and we will gladly add it for you.
I hope this helps. Thank you for your patience.