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I've put a 'Facebook Like Box with Activity Feed' which draws from a Facebook Page, on my Wordpress blog's sidebar.

The sidebar is slim, so I've adjusted the dimensions of the box to fit it. However, my page's profile photo is really big and screws with the formatting of the activity feed update. It overflows in Chrome and looks wrong in Moz.

This can be seen here: http://metakrystal.com/index2.php

I just want to -NOT- show the profile photo with each update. After much searching, I'm unable to find a solution and/or can't find the right search terms.

Please help me remove my own profile photo from updates within the box! (If this is not possible, a much smaller photo would also be great.)

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Your link isn't a picture. – dnbrv Apr 16 '12 at 13:06
I'm afraid you cannot do anything about this. I'm sure you already read the docummentation( developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/activity). There is no attribute to customize user's photo. – Tschareck Apr 16 '12 at 19:11

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