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Did you know that you can upload your own avatar?
Requested and Answered by Admin on 24-Mar-2006 06:22 (5043 reads)
[This FAQ Last Updated on 4/4/2006]

First, an Avatar is the little picture that appears next to members posts, and in other areas of the site.

To upload your own avatar you must be logged in, and from the user menu click View Account, then click Avatar which is a link near the top.

There will be an option to browse to your local hard drive to locate the file you want to upload as your avatar.

Select it, and you will be returned to the Temple site with the full path to your local hard drive already filled in.

Then select the Submit button and you should be good to go.

Keep in mind that an avatar can be no larger than 120X120 pixels, and no more than 35,000 bytes.

Members are not allowed to upload their own avatar until at least 20 posts have been made to the system. That could be for example 6 posts in the Message Boards, 3 pictures to the Photo Galleries, and Submit an Article for the News system, or any combination there of.

Generally speaking, it's not very hard to reach the 20 post milestone. Just get into the message boards and tell us about yourself, and ask a few questions.

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