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Make sure to take out the spaces in your tags, otherwise the pic won't show.

EDIT: might help if you post the code, Maco.


[url=http://photobucket.com/albums/a365/Sig_shoppe][img=http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v110/Ezzel/B-man.jpg][/url]

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Make sure to take out the spaces in your tags, otherwise the pic won't show.

EDIT: might help if you post the code, Maco.


[url=http://photobucket.com/albums/a365/Sig_shoppe][img=http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v110/Ezzel/B-man.jpg][/url]

I was talking to him on aim while he was testing it. Thanks for your help, but we had it under control.

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I tried making a space, a paragraph break, and none of them seem to work in my sig. I'm trying to seperate that 'line' between the post and the sig so it doesn't rest right on top of the image. I've seen someone seperate it, but I have no idea how.

Does <html> work in the sig post? I could definately do it if it does, but that would show up funny for people who have the "Always Allow HTML" option turned off, which is the default.

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I tried making a space, a paragraph break, and none of them seem to work in my sig. I'm trying to seperate that 'line' between the post and the sig so it doesn't rest right on top of the image. I've seen someone seperate it, but I have no idea how.

Does <html> work in the sig post?

No. HTML does not work in a PHP forum.

Copy and paste this into your sig box:

[b][/b]
[img=http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y230/aenru/aenaruadbanner.jpg]

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I tried making a space, a paragraph break, and none of them seem to work in my sig. I'm trying to seperate that 'line' between the post and the sig so it doesn't rest right on top of the image. I've seen someone seperate it, but I have no idea how.

Does <html> work in the sig post?

No. HTML does not work in a PHP forum.

Copy and paste this into your sig box:

[b][/b]
[img=http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y230/aenru/aenaruadbanner.jpg]

Thank you.

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Let's make this easy, since I've mentioned it before in one of your many Unmod topics.

reply1va.jpg

Make sure it looks like that. That checkbox with the red arrows pointing to it should be UNCHECKED.

Alternatively, go to Profile, scroll down to Always Allow BBCode and set it to YES.

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katamaribl0ckacy7nv.png

You may want to find a way to getting that picture into something that isn't so tall. The width is fine, but height is another story.

In my humble opinion, any sig that's over 200 pixels in height is a little intrusive. between 100 and 150 is a pretty good range. Mine is 120 pixels tall, and 500 wide.

Width's are more varied. More than 600 might be questionable, though.

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how 'bout no? i dont have experience with this kinda stuff. if someone could make this image into a good sig then i would be very happy. i'll try or make my own sig. thanks for the help! :)

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first off,

1. i dont think the members who have been here for a while will make a sig for me

2. i can try myself and hope for the best

3. if i try and fail, who should i ask and how fast could they make a sig? an hour or two or a day?

i hope i didnt ask to many questions.

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3. if i try and fail, who should i ask and how fast could they make a sig? an hour or two or a day?

i hope i didnt ask to many questions.

Since I doubt the UnMod thread will be of much help to you after those threads you made, go into the Ye Olde Sig Shoppe and just request it there. Waiting time will vary depending on what it is you want and who does it.

If you'd rather not wait, get a generic sig at the Sig Shoppe.

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Combine the three images into one larger picture in any editing software. Voila!

Yeah, just make sure they're saved as either .PNG or .GIF and not .JPG, so you can keep a transparent background. But seeing as how one of them has animation, your best bet would be .GIF.

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