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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

thank you for posting this!

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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Thanks!


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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE


trying_to_B_good wrote:

ok guys, I couldn't figure out how to do this for a long time, but finally, after some help from some very nice community leaders and moderators, i figured it out!

 

1. create a new fold on your desktop(i named mine "cards"...lol)

2. google or bing the cards you are looking to add

3. right click the image and "save as".....save to the new folder you created

4. login to photobucket.com(you can sign in with facebook)

5. click the upload tab, up at the top of the page...choose desired file in the new folder you created

6. this will show you the pic you uploaded and a few html codes, at the bottom right of the page.

7. click the "direct" code...it will be copied automatically

8. log in to myfico.com.....go to "my profile"....then to "my settings"

*OK HERE IS WHERE IT CAN GET TRICKY*

9. copy this html code    <img src="" height="50">     then paste into the signature box(my settings)

*you see those two quotation marks together*

10. post your "direct" html code from photobucket, in between the two quotation marks, from the above code(step 9)

11. click save at bottom of page

THAT'S IT!!! YOU DID IT!

 

note: you do not have to add posts to keep checking if they are adding, as you go....just click on one of your former posts and reload after each new card to see that they are adding correctly.  you may have to tweak the size of the cards  by changing the "50" at the end of the codes to different numerical values(ie..55,60,75,100).  I have found that certain pictures will not line up correctly. The best thing to do in this case is to find a different picture.

 

Best of luck and feel free to ask me any questions!


Ok, I am just fine until Step 9. Do I copy the code from your message or just the direct code that I got from PhotoBucket? And...I did not see any " " marks in the signature box.

Thanks!


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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

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bobkmn wrote:

trying_to_B_good wrote:

ok guys, I couldn't figure out how to do this for a long time, but finally, after some help from some very nice community leaders and moderators, i figured it out!

 

1. create a new fold on your desktop(i named mine "cards"...lol)

2. google or bing the cards you are looking to add

3. right click the image and "save as".....save to the new folder you created

4. login to photobucket.com(you can sign in with facebook)

5. click the upload tab, up at the top of the page...choose desired file in the new folder you created

6. this will show you the pic you uploaded and a few html codes, at the bottom right of the page.

7. click the "direct" code...it will be copied automatically

8. log in to myfico.com.....go to "my profile"....then to "my settings"

*OK HERE IS WHERE IT CAN GET TRICKY*

9. copy this html code    <img src="" height="50">     then paste into the signature box(my settings)

*you see those two quotation marks together*

10. post your "direct" html code from photobucket, in between the two quotation marks, from the above code(step 9)

11. click save at bottom of page

THAT'S IT!!! YOU DID IT!

 

note: you do not have to add posts to keep checking if they are adding, as you go....just click on one of your former posts and reload after each new card to see that they are adding correctly.  you may have to tweak the size of the cards  by changing the "50" at the end of the codes to different numerical values(ie..55,60,75,100).  I have found that certain pictures will not line up correctly. The best thing to do in this case is to find a different picture.

 

Best of luck and feel free to ask me any questions!


Ok, I am just fine until Step 9. Do I copy the code from your message or just the direct code that I got from PhotoBucket? And...I did not see any " " marks in the signature box.

Thanks!


Same here, my signature box wont let me paste any HTML. 

 

 

And as others have said be careful of what images you post, some of you have posted credit card pics with your full name visible.  Also while not relevent in this case be careful with posting pics from cell phones, as exact coordinates to the location of those pics can also be seen.  Just trying to keep everybody safe!

 

 

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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE


EndlessRoad wrote:

bobkmn wrote:

trying_to_B_good wrote:

ok guys, I couldn't figure out how to do this for a long time, but finally, after some help from some very nice community leaders and moderators, i figured it out!

 

1. create a new fold on your desktop(i named mine "cards"...lol)

2. google or bing the cards you are looking to add

3. right click the image and "save as".....save to the new folder you created

4. login to photobucket.com(you can sign in with facebook)

5. click the upload tab, up at the top of the page...choose desired file in the new folder you created

6. this will show you the pic you uploaded and a few html codes, at the bottom right of the page.

7. click the "direct" code...it will be copied automatically

8. log in to myfico.com.....go to "my profile"....then to "my settings"

*OK HERE IS WHERE IT CAN GET TRICKY*

9. copy this html code    <img src="" height="50">     then paste into the signature box(my settings)

*you see those two quotation marks together*

10. post your "direct" html code from photobucket, in between the two quotation marks, from the above code(step 9)

11. click save at bottom of page

THAT'S IT!!! YOU DID IT!

 

note: you do not have to add posts to keep checking if they are adding, as you go....just click on one of your former posts and reload after each new card to see that they are adding correctly.  you may have to tweak the size of the cards  by changing the "50" at the end of the codes to different numerical values(ie..55,60,75,100).  I have found that certain pictures will not line up correctly. The best thing to do in this case is to find a different picture.

 

Best of luck and feel free to ask me any questions!


Ok, I am just fine until Step 9. Do I copy the code from your message or just the direct code that I got from PhotoBucket? And...I did not see any " " marks in the signature box.

Thanks!


Same here, my signature box wont let me paste any HTML. 

 

 

And as others have said be careful of what images you post, some of you have posted credit card pics with your full name visible.  Also while not relevent in this case be careful with posting pics from cell phones, as exact coordinates to the location of those pics can also be seen.  Just trying to keep everybody safe!

 

 


posting only google/bing obtained images from my desktop.  thanks for the heads up. let me know if you find out how

this is supposed to work.

 


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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE


bobkmn wrote:

trying_to_B_good wrote:

ok guys, I couldn't figure out how to do this for a long time, but finally, after some help from some very nice community leaders and moderators, i figured it out!

 

1. create a new fold on your desktop(i named mine "cards"...lol)

2. google or bing the cards you are looking to add

3. right click the image and "save as".....save to the new folder you created

4. login to photobucket.com(you can sign in with facebook)

5. click the upload tab, up at the top of the page...choose desired file in the new folder you created

6. this will show you the pic you uploaded and a few html codes, at the bottom right of the page.

7. click the "direct" code...it will be copied automatically

8. log in to myfico.com.....go to "my profile"....then to "my settings"

*OK HERE IS WHERE IT CAN GET TRICKY*

9. copy this html code    <img src="" height="50">     then paste into the signature box(my settings)

*you see those two quotation marks together*

10. post your "direct" html code from photobucket, in between the two quotation marks, from the above code(step 9)

11. click save at bottom of page

THAT'S IT!!! YOU DID IT!

 

note: you do not have to add posts to keep checking if they are adding, as you go....just click on one of your former posts and reload after each new card to see that they are adding correctly.  you may have to tweak the size of the cards  by changing the "50" at the end of the codes to different numerical values(ie..55,60,75,100).  I have found that certain pictures will not line up correctly. The best thing to do in this case is to find a different picture.

 

Best of luck and feel free to ask me any questions!


Ok, I am just fine until Step 9. Do I copy the code from your message or just the direct code that I got from PhotoBucket? And...I did not see any " " marks in the signature box.

Thanks!


Can anybody shed some light on the process beginning with Step 9? It is confusing as to what you paste into the signature box--the HTML code from Photobucket or the code specified in trying_to_B_good's post or both?  Thanks for any help out there.


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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

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Both. You put the html code    <img src="" height="50">  ..in the center of it you see ""  right before the word height. Those are 2 quotation marks, copy and paste your photobucket image link directly in between those crammed together quotation marks

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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Understand, thanks. What about formatting?

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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Can somebody take a look at my card pictures and give me some help. What am I doing wrong with regard to the cards' placement? Also I have one more card picture to add, but want to wait until I get it right. Do you have to arrange all of the card pictures into one large picture and upload that? Also, how do I add information such as CLs, FICO scores, etc?

 

Any and all help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks!!!


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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

I can't get it to work at all, maybe because I haven't posted enough?



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