An exciting new service called Vanityvid is adding a new layer of interaction to social websites. The Vanityvid plugin turns avatars or profile pics into videos on your WordPress site. Wherever your avatar shows, your Vanityvid will be attached to it. This also includes other WordPress sites that have installed the plugin as well as Facebook and Twitter and any widgets that display avatars from these services. In order to see the video avatars on Facebook and Twitter, you’ll need to install the add-on for Firefox or Chrome.
More and more developers are starting to experiment with and write about BuddyPress. Today we’d like to feature some folks you might want to check in on from time to time to learn more about BuddyPress. Of course we’ll always have new tips here as well, but we wanted to highlight a few excellent tutorials that have been popping up this week in case you haven’t come across them yet.
How to Customize Your BuddyPress URL