Follow the step-by-step guide to configuring Profile Picture Mapping add-on with OAuth Client Plugin
Before configuring the addon, test your SAML Plugin configurations by clicking on Test Configuration button under the "Service Provider Setup" tab in the miniOrange SAML 2.0 SSO Plugin.
Once the Test Configuration is successful, go to the Profile Picture Map addon settings.
Enable the Profile Picture Mapping option to allow mapping of profile picture from your IDP to WP.
Enter the Attribute Name in which you have mapped the profile picture attribute.
Click on Save Configuration.
Follow the step by step guide to configure Profile Picture Mapping addon with OAuth Client Single Sign-On (SSO) Plugin
miniOrange Profile Picture Mapping allows you to map a user's profile picture being sent by your IDP in user attributes to the user's WordPress profile picture.
Go to the miniOrange WordPress Single Sign-On (SSO) plugin. Select your OAuth provider (e.g. Facebook/ Google) from the list.
Complete the OAuth Provider configuration setup by referring to the setup guides from here. After you have saved the settings. Click on Test Configuration button. You can see the Attribute name and its value in the test configuration table.
Scroll down and click on the Attribute Mapping section. Under the Map Custom Attributes section enter the field meta name of your choice and enter the Profile attribute name from the OAuth Provider test configuration table. (Refer to the below image)
Click on the Save Settings button to save your mapping.
Now, go to the Profile Picture Mapping Addon and enable the Profile Picture Mapping option to allow the mapping of the profile picture from your OAuth Provider to WordPress.
In the Profile Photo Attribute field, enter the Attribute Name you have mapped for the profile picture under the Custom Attribute Mapping section of the OAuth plugin.
Click on the Save Configuration button to save your mapping.
Perform the sso on your site and now you can see the profile picture of your OAuth provider has been mapped to the WordPress profile picture.
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