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    By-Tor...or the Snow Dog? hi565's Avatar
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    How do i pste a pic of my bike in my signature. I dont have a pic of it but a website has an exact pic. so please if any one knows, help is appreciated

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    Right click on the picture and click copy. Then just paste it into your signature. Or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger
    Right click on the picture and click copy. Then just paste it into your signature. Or something like that.
    NOpe doesnt work,
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    1) Go to your User Control Panal.
    2) Click on "Edit Signature" on the left side of the page
    3) Your signature text box should appear. Click on the image icon over the text screen (it should read "Insert Image" if you hold your mouse over the yellow image icon).
    4) A box should pop up that says "Enter the text to be formatted". Add your url in that text box, click "OK".
    5) Click on the "Save Signature" under the text box.

    Your signature picture should appear once you've done all this. If it doesn't, drop a PM to Joe Gardner so he can check and see if there's a problem with your account.

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    HOw do i get the url, i mean i know the exact link but it is the link for the whole page not just the oic.
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    pic sry
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    Quote Originally Posted by hi565
    HOw do i get the url, i mean i know the exact link but it is the link for the whole page not just the oic.
    Most browsers have a feature(s) that allows you to grab the URL of the image. Here are several possible ways to do this using my browser of choice (Mozilla). You should be able to find a similar action with others.

    1. Right-mouse click on the image and select "Copy Image Location" then simply paste what's in the selection buffer into the signature editor.
    2. Right-mouse click on the image and select "View Image" and then go to the URL location bar and cut/copy the URL out of there and paste it into the image editor.
    3. Right-mouse click on the image and select "Properties". A window appears detailing all the properties of the image including its location. Highlight/select and copy that location and then paste it into the signature editor.
    4. View the raw page source and try to determine from the tags the URL of the image. This can be tricky for a lot of dynamically generated pages and thus takes some knowledge of HTML coding to decipher.


    If you're using IE, the simplest method is to right-click on the image and select "Properties". You can then grab the URL out of the "Address [URL]" field.
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