How do I add a signature to my profile?
Click on 'Account Settings' in the drop menu by your name in the upper right corner
Click on 'Signature' in the column of options on the left side of the screen
Add whatever text or text links you wish to add or
Upload photo via the "Drag files here to attach, or choose files" option (I browse via the choose files option"
Select the banner you saved, wherever you saved it
Click on the plus sign inside the circle that appears in the uploaded image below the text editor to 'Insert into post'
Double tap on the image that appeared in the text editor
Use the pop up box to add the url (link to the author listing or story, for example), change the title, resize the image if necessary, change the alignment
Click save at the bottom of the text editor/uploaded images area.
Signature Content Rules:
Signatures must be under 200 pixels high.
Signatures may contain one “My Media” link and one line of non-wrapping text.
Signature file size must be under 100 Kb. Smaller is best (< 30 Kb recommended).
No links that give you something from user clicks (like game points, or website credits).
No offensive images or content (swearing, flaming, adult material, annoying flashing graphics*, etc).
No images showing the other user's IP Address, ISP, OS info, etc.No links that log a user out of this forum.
No more than one image (no matter the size) per signature.
No text above a font size of 5 will be allowed. 6 and 7 are too large.
Members of political organizations must state their affiliation in their signature.
All text (including all codes, links**, spaces, and image names) must not exceed 800 characters.All images, text, and blank lines COMBINED should be under 200 pixels tall.Text lines longer than 600 pixels are OK if they automatically wrap. However, text must NOT exceed 600 pixels.
*Annoying flashing graphics are defined as images that rapidly changes text or color to distract other members. Gif images that change are accepted if each image is constant for at least 3 (three) seconds.
** The website http://tinyurl.com/ may be used to shorten links to provide more space for regular text.