If you are developer and have some knowledge in coding then kindly open this file:
Step 1: wp-content/authorplugin/author_widget.php
at line no: 133
You will find get_avatar(…..
Change this to: echo ‘<a href=”‘.get_author_posts_url( $user->ID).’”>’;
echo get_avatar( $user->user_email, $size = $author_size);
I have the attached the file for your reference.
I hope this will help you.
If you would like to display on pages then use this shortcode.
[author_plugin animation=”flipInX” author_size=”180” author_numbers=”100” author_image_effect=”square” author_hide_name=”No” author_social_link=”Yes” author_competition=”No” exclude_author=”” authorrole=”subscriber”]
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