Blog Post Signature Creating: Step 2 For Photobucket Users

by - Tuesday, December 01, 2009

(Note: This is step 2 in creating your blog post signature. If you haven't checked step 1 yet, please proceed HERE.)

(If you are using, proceed HERE. If you are using Photobucket, proceed below)

Please follow the step by step tutorial carefully.

First and foremost, create a new post. Remember to NEVER delete this post. You can create a post about it so it will not look weird having only a signature in this post. You can see an example of the post I've written about my newest signature (the one I am using now) here. Now that you've opened a new post page, go to Photobucket and copy your HTML code.

When using Photobucket, copy the HTML code:This is the sample signature I've created:
This is my signature's Photobucket HTML code:

<a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

Now that you have copied the HTML code go back to your new post page and do the following:

1.) Click the Edit Html tab (as shown on the photo below)
2.) Paste the code you've just copied on the blank page

3.) Click the Compose tab (as shown on the photo below)
4.) Click your photo/signature

5.) Click the Link button (as shown on the photo below)
6.) Make sure that the URL space is EMPTY
7.) Click the OK button

8.) Click again the Edit Html button (as shown on the photo below)
9.) You will notice that your new HTML code is shorter compared to your first one. Please COPY the NEW Html code

Now, proceed to your blog's
  • Dashboard
  • Setting
  • Formatting
At the bottom part of your "Formatting" section you will see the POST TEMPLATE part:

10.) PASTE your newly edited Html Code in box provided (refer to the photo below)
11.) Click the Save Settings button
You are done! Here's how my sample signature looks like:

Take note that your newly created signature will not appear in your old posts. It will only appear by the time you created your new posts. If you want to attach your signature in your old posts, you have to do it manually by copying your Html code (refer to step no.9 above) and pasting it at the end of your every old post and then saving it.

Enjoy your new signature! Have a nice day everyone!

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