Its a great plugin, and quite usefule! No doubt about that. But unless you have a premium membership for the plugin, there’s no way to disable the link ‘powered by oneall social login’ in your website. Which at times, is frustrating.
By default this is what the concerned portion of login/registration form looks like:
So, there’s this great plugin WordPress Social Login, which allows your WordPress site visitors to login with many social networks. But many a times, the profile picture from the social network will not be reflected at your website, specially if you have BuddyPress installed.
Here’s the test condition:
You have both BuddyPress and WordPress Social Login installed on your website.
A new user registers/logs-in using facebook, his details are imported but instead of his profile pic from facebook, the default mystery-man is shown as the avatar of the user.
And you want to fix that!
Here’s what to do about it.
Login as administrator and go to Settings>WP Social Login. Go to the Widget tab. So you should be on a url like /wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wordpress-social-login&wslp=login-widget. In the basic settings section, select Display users avatars from social networks when available from the user avatar dropdown.
Then add the following code in functions.php of your theme( or any proper location if you are doing a plugin ):
Remember : the above code will give erros if you don’t have BuddyPress installed !!
That’s it here, let me know if it doesn’t work for you.
Update: Updated and tested to work with BuddyPress 2.8.2.