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Last Post 06/24/2007 9:23 PM by  Inbox
How to Place an Avatar on your Profile!
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New Member
New Member

07/26/2006 4:28 PM
    Well, here's my alter-ego! I've lost a few teeth and my hair has gotten darker, but hey - it's a dog-eat-dog world out there!


    Avatars are little pictures that represent your "alter ego" - you can see mine under the Q&A section of the public forum - look under the "email delay" topic. I also have a special topic about avatars for members only - see the "General Discussions" forum. You can easily add yours by logging in, going to the discussion forum, and click "my profile" and you can upload a small gif or jpg. The file must not be larger than 100 X 100. If you need help, post to the forum for questions.

    Feel free to upload your avatar and show it off here!

    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    06/24/2007 9:23 PM
    To place an Avatar:


    Here are the step by step directions:

    1. Go to the Discussion page (After Login).
    2. Click on “My Profile” top R/S of page
    3. In the popup window, click on “Edit Profile”
    4. Scroll down to Avatar and click on the Browse button.
    5. After clicking on Browse you will be able to select a picture file you have stored on YOUR COMPUTER.
    6. Select your picture and click the Open button.
    7. The file location on YOUR Computer will appear in the box to the left of the Browse button.
    8. Click “Update Profile” and your new avatar will be loaded.
    9. If you want to change the avatar, before clicking the Browse button, click “Remove” to the right of the avatar you had previously loaded, then browse, and continue with step 6.
    10. The change will not occur instantly. You will need to logout, then re-login.

    If you still have a problem, e-mail me at admin@napha.org or use Ask A Question.
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