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Solved HTML in signatures

Post by dudi on November 27th 2010, 8:17 pm

So, as the title says, is it possible to allow html in signatures? and if it is, how?


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Solved Re: HTML in signatures

Post by LordBalthazar on November 27th 2010, 10:28 pm

I'm not sure if I'm "on the ball" but the buttons you see above the signature should give you the HTML codes for bold, underline, etc.

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Solved Re: HTML in signatures

Post by Guest on November 27th 2010, 10:37 pm

If you enable HTML from the ACP, it will works for the whole forum Very Happy

ACP - General - Messages & Emails - Configuration - Allow HTML : Yes

My Signature is not displayed, what should I do?

In general, there are two settings that could be the reason for your sig not to be displayed. The first one is in your admin panel, where you can allow or deny the use of signatures on a global level. Go to "Users & Groups / Users / User Options" and set "Allow Signatures" to YES.

The second option can be found in your personal profile settings. Go to "Profile >> Preferences" and enable the option "Always attach my signature". Your signature should now be attached to all posts you make, if you actually have content in it.

Note: On some forum versions, it's possible that you still won't see your signatures on posts you have already made, although you have activated all necessary options. There is no other way to change this than to edit those posts and mark the box "attach my signature to this post" and save.

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