How do you post a picture in your signature?

DanielForest

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I tried, but it probably required you save your picture on a image hosting website...
 

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MarkF

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@DanielForest Yes, you can enter any valid URL to an image file as part of your signature. That file can be hosted anywhere - including one previously uploaded to XWeb. I'd recommend making it pretty small though - big sigpics disrupt the layout and force people to load them on each page view. which often results in them turning off viewing of all signatures ;)
 

DanielForest

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Thanks Mark,

I'm not sure you can see the pics... or just the link!
Also, I can't seen my signature until it is posted. So no idea of the size of position of the pics.
 

MarkF

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It looks like you have them inserted as Links rather than Images, but you're right about size - it will be whatever size the original is, subject to some limits as to what fits in the current window. You can set alignment but not much else.
 
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lookforjoe

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Thanks Mark,

I'm not sure you can see the pics... or just the link!
Also, I can't seen my signature until it is posted. So no idea of the size of position of the pics.
So, you need to download & edit the images to approx 250pixels by approx 130pixels - in that range anyway. Then upload to an image host. If you are just linking from an online source, you have no way of editing the sizing to make it "right"
 
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