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Re: Profile tweaks

Much better...guess you are right about Cap ahem Crap 1. 😂
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Dustink wrote: The code for the signture is so long since I put in links too. Was not easy to change that order.

It's easier if you put it in notepad while you play with it

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Dustink wrote:

09Lexie wrote:
Nice but I would put the cc's with the same limits in alphabetical order. I.e. Amex, cap1, chase, citi. I'm just a little OCD 😞

Lol, I like your thinking.

 

That better??? The code for the signture is so long since I put in links too. Was not easy to change that order.

 

Although, I am pretty sure Crap1 goes after Chase :smileywink:


Your Amex Plat is 5k? howed u get that?

     
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SuperKirby wrote:

Dustink wrote:

09Lexie wrote:
Nice but I would put the cc's with the same limits in alphabetical order. I.e. Amex, cap1, chase, citi. I'm just a little OCD 😞

Lol, I like your thinking.

 

That better??? The code for the signature is so long since I put in links too. Was not easy to change that order.

 

Although, I am pretty sure Crap1 goes after Chase :smileywink:


Your Amex Plat is 5k? howed u get that?


They were referring to my BCE. My Plat is NPSL.

 

It is possible to get a hard limit charge card. Something like failing an FR would cause that.

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I also don't see an upload option.

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brindle26 wrote:

I also don't see an upload option.


As mentioned previously in this thread, the custom avatar and image upload is tied to teh ranking system and you won't have it right away.  But you can use outside hosting.  Just google "picture hosting".

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I updated the instructions on page 1 to reflect the member rankings and image upload restrictions.  If anyone else has changes, let me know.

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Thanks for the walkthrough. =)

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specsnow wrote:

Thanks for the walkthrough. =)


Anytime.  That's a nice looking Chase card you have there...

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p- wrote:

I've had a few people ask about how to put the cards in a signature. Here's a quick rundown:

 

If you go to "My Settings" you can actually type HTML code into your signature.

The first step is to add the pictures you want to your MyFico images. I found most of my card images by logging in to the online account at the bank, or looking at their application pages. Download an image of each card, and then open it in paint and trim it, removing any extra outside borders, shadows, etc. Don't worry about shrinking it.

Then, at the bottom right of your profile go to images and upload them. Some people upload them to other hosting sites; that works too. **edit: Note that new members will have to use outside hosting, as you can't host images until your ranking has moved up a bit.** Once you have the images saved, right click on them and choose "open image in new tab" if you are using chrome. The address in your bar will be the address of the picture. If you find an image that looks good without editing, you can just refer to that address instead of uploading one, but be careful. If you are using someone else's picture and they change it, that will be your new sig pic.

After that, insert the HTML code in your signature that refers to the picture. Here is one of mine:

<img src="http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/2999iB646F36C0B07E857" height="50">

The code above makes the card appear like this:


The part that says height="50" shrinks it down. The blue text is the URL address of the picture.

Do this again for multiple cards. If you string them together, it will look like this in your signature settings:
<img src="http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/2999iB646F36C0B07E857" height="50"><img src="http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/2999iB646F36C0B07E857" height="50">

And like this in your real sig:



As long as you set the height the same for each, they will look nice. If you make them too tall they won't fit, too small and they'll look funny. I left a bit of white at the right edge of each of my pics to space them a bit.

If you want to make them clickable links, use this code:

<a title="Amex Unicorn" href="<http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/SmorgasBoard/The-New-Amex-Unicorn-Card/m-p/1859359>"><img src="http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/2999iB646F36C0B07E857" height="50"></a>

The title is what you see if your mouse hovers, the href is where clicking takes you, and the img is the pic itself. It will look like this:


I typed my scores above and limits below. If you have trouble lining up the limits, you can make a pic for those too. Some of us made one pic with all of the cards together, but it can be hard to get them all to the right size without resolution loss, so this method seems to work better.

Enjoy!

Here is a simpler version of the instructions courtesy of DODFire:

1. Find the picture you want to use on the internet

2. Host the image somewhere online such as photobucket.

3. Go to your settings on myfico

4. In your signature block paste this code <img height="45" src="">

5. Copy the link to your picture from photo bucket. It will look like this: http://i1305.photobucket.com/albums/s560/brcalder/flagship2_zpsbdf4e2b1.jpg

6. Paste the link between the quotation marks in the code that you previously put in your signature line. <img height="45" src="Paste image link here">

7. Repeat steps above for each card you wish to post in your signature block.

Good luck.

edit: for more information about rankings visit this thread.


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