While I talked about best available membership plugins (both free and premium) in the past, but on asking over different occasions that which is the best WordPress plugins for user profiles. I think over first that is this really something the requirement of time and the answer I get is YES. Well, to ease your searching job (if you too are in search of the best profile plugins for your WordPress blog), I have showcased the best such profile plugins in this post. It is always important to understand that having the different plugins for different purposes onboard but on the other instance, it is intended to have the seo in place. One can learn seo in UK from one-to-many sources.
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The plugin allows the author/user to upload gravatar/photo/profile image directly from the user dashboard to display on their blog post.
The plugin enhance your WordPress website by letting your users choose between using Gravatar or a self-hosted avatar image right from their profile screen.
Extra User Details
The plugin add extra fields to the user profile page, saved in WordPress’ native way (in wp_usermeta).
Advanced Author Bio
The plugin automatically adds a short author bio box along with gravatar and social profile links in every single post of your blog.
The plugin display your WordPress users and their profiles in an index on your site.
User Meta Manager
The plugin add, edit, or delete user meta data with this handy plugin. Easily restrict access or insert user meta data into posts or pages.
Simple Local Avatars
The plugin adds an avatar upload field to user profiles. Generates requested sizes on demand just like Gravatar!
Easy Author Image
The plugin adds an author image uploader to your profile page. Upload an author image right from your profile page with the click of a button.
Author Avatars List
The plugin display lists of user avatars using widgets or shortcodes.
User Registration Aide
The plugin adds new fields and forces new users to register additional fields (such as first name and last name) or any new field you wish to add.
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