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Profile Cover Photos

Profile cover photos are a great way to dress up your community. These cover photos are available for member, event and group profiles. This tutorial will teach you how to enable and upload a default cover photo for each plugin’s profile.

Before enabling the member level settings for each cover photo, you’ll first need to add the widget to those pages and change the column style. Please follow the guide below and you’ll have cover photos on your site in no time!

Member Profile Cover Photo

  1. In the Layout Editor choose to edit the “Member Profile” page and set the column to have a top position.
  2. Drag the “User Cover Photo” widget into the top position.
  3. Remove “Profile Photo,” “Profile Options,” and “Profile Status” from the current widgets as these items are included in the Cover Photo widget.
  4. “Save Changes” when done.
  5. Follow the member level guide to set up member level permissions and upload a default cover photo.

Event Profile Cover Photo

  1. In the Layout Editor choose to edit the “Event Profile” page and set the column to have a top position similar to the first step in the Member Cover Photo tutorial above.
  2. Drag the “Event Cover Photo” widget into the top position.
  3. Remove “Event Profile Photo,” “Event Profile Options,” and “Event Profile Status” from the current widgets as these items are included in the Event Cover Photo widget.
  4. “Save Changes” when done (see step 8 in Member Cover Photo tutorial above).
  5. Follow the event plugin guide to set up event member level permissions and upload a default event cover photo.

Group Profile Cover Photo

  1. In the Layout Editor choose to edit the “Group Profile” page and set the column to have a top position similar to the first step in the Member Cover Photo tutorial above.
  2. Drag the “Group Cover Photo” widget into the top position.
  3. Remove “Group Profile Photo,” “Group Profile Options,” and “Group Profile Status” from the current widgets as these items are included in the Cover Photo widget.
  4. “Save Changes” when done (see step 8 in Member Cover Photo tutorial above).
  5. Follow the member level guide to set up member level permissions and upload a default cover photo.

Great work with Cover Photos! Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need further tutorials. Visit our community to have more interactions with us and other clients or third party developers. We’d love to see you there!

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