Hello friends! Professor Frootbat here. I was looking at my friends blogs the other day and posting comments. I got to thinking, why is it on some blogs my comment photo is NOT a photo of Busby and I?
|Um, Mom, you cut my frootbats off in this photo. Duhr.|
Sometimes it looks like this:
|This looks like a snowman with frootbats and whiskers.|
And sometimes it looks like this:
|A T-Rex behind a Christmas tree?|
I puzzled and puzzled and then I Googled. I discovered that there is something called a Gravatar. A Gravatar is a Globally Recognized Avatar. That means it's a thumbnail photo of you that works for Word Press and other blogging platforms.
If you go to this website, you can get your own Gravatar. It's free, it's safe, and it's easy to use. You will be able to upload your photo and then the next time you post a comment on one of the non-Blogger-based blogs, your photo will display with your comment.
That is Professor Frootbat's lesson for today!
Have a happy Friday!