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04-20-2014 11:45 PM
Its because you have control characters or a carriage return in your html somewhere. Make it all one continuous code, and if you want a line break, you can use <br />
I agree that putting the limits in your picture will make the signature more cross-browser compatible.
04-21-2014 07:26 PM
I tried everything. Nothing is working. This is what I want to use:
<img src="https://www.creditkarma.com/res/content/reviews/CCDiscover1301/title.png" title="Discover it - $1500" height="80" align="left"><img src="https://www.creditkarma.com/res/content/reviews/CCCitiBank1795/title.png" title="Citi ThankYou Preferred - $2000" height="80" align="left"><img src="https://www.creditkarma.com/res/content/reviews/CCAmericanExpressCard54/title.jpg" title="American Express Blue Cash Everyday - $2000" height="80" align="left">
04-21-2014 07:39 PM
it works great for me, pasted into my sig just like you have it in this thread. nice cards!
If you still can't get it, break it down into one image at a time so it is easier to figure out whatever illegal char you are introducting.
As an additional thought, it could be your browser that is introducting an illegal character when you try to paste that. Try it using a different browser.
04-21-2014 08:21 PM
I tried it with Firefox and Internet Explorer. I get the same error. Even if I break it down to just a single img tag with just the src and nothing extra, I get the error and the whole box goes blank. This is very weird. It's not something to do with post count, is it?
04-21-2014 11:57 PM
I don't think so. Can you put just regular non-html text into your sig? Try that first.
04-22-2014 07:13 AM - edited 04-22-2014 07:16 AM
@Alkaline: When I paste it here, I get this^
I notice two potential problems; you are using a tag Align="left" which might be part of the problem. It is not necessary, and might not be supported in a signature. Also, your height is 80 pixels. I made mine 50 because I had trouble with my images being cut off.
Try changing those two things. Good luck!
04-22-2014 07:35 AM - edited 04-22-2014 07:37 AM
dearppl wrote: Am I doing something wrong here?
When I paste your code in it looks like this:
Amex BCE - $8,000 | BoA Better Balance Rewards - $8,500 | Citi Dividend WMC - $4,650 | Citi Forward - $7,200 | SallieMae WMC - $10,000
Your quotation mark after the jpg for the first picture is this character: ” and not this character: " Apparently that matters.
The HTML Editor for comment posting automatically corrected it, messing up your height tag... but the signature page won't. That is likely your problem.
Paste it into your sig, and change the quote mark to the correct type and it should work for you.
Also, your text with your limits end up on the same line, as shown above. Skipping two lines won't cut it with HTML code.
You need a <br /> when you want to go to a new line. Also, I see your text ran a little long compared to your cards.
You might consider adding another <br /> before Citi Forward. Or, make your limits in paint, and size them up right.
I notice that when I used text, it lined up different depending on browser type, monitor, zoom, etc.
Amex BCE - $8,000 | BoA Better Balance Rewards - $8,500 | Citi Dividend WMC - $4,650 |
Citi Forward - $7,200 | SallieMae WMC - $10,000