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Old 05-23-2011, 08:24 PM   #11
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Awesome. That's what I needed to know. Thanks Rook!
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Can someone please explain how to reduce the signature link down to just a title or words rather than the entire link as it appears in my signature? Thanks
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Can someone please explain how to reduce the signature link down to just a title or words rather than the entire link as it appears in my signature? Thanks
Use this: [xurl=http://linkgoeshere/]Text to show goes here![/xurl]
(remove the 2 x's from the front of url, had to put then in so it would show the text and not a link!)

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Old 11-11-2011, 08:16 PM   #16
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Can someone please explain how to reduce the signature link down to just a title or words rather than the entire link as it appears in my signature? Thanks
I messed around a bit with your sig - if you hate it - lemme know and I'll undo it
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Use this: [xurl=http://linkgoeshere/]Text to show goes here![/xurl]
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I'm good, thanks Janet, now I'll have to mess with the banner thing LOL.
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i've tried several times to upload a photo and i keep getting told the photo's are all too big which i don't understand at all since many of the one's i tried were taken with an ipod or with my android phone.
Anyone know how to make my pictures the correct size?
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Here's a sticky on resizing - Resizing and optimizing (compressing) images in photoshop
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Thanks so much. i'm not really good with photoshop it seems.... and my pic is really pixelated but at least i have one now.
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