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


ALK11 wrote:

UncleB wrote:

ALK11 wrote:

Could we update the first page? Specifically where it says to save the picture and upload it to photobucket? That was a useless and unnecessary step to begin with and now that photobucket is busted won't work at all. Just copy the URL from the picture you found on google. 


Actually I already have.  Smiley Happy

 

While using an image from the web/Google might work for the moment it's not the best solution - you're at the mercy of the image source, and the image can be altered or deleted at any time, breaking your signature.

 

Using a free service such as Imgur is really the best way to go.


Totally missed your giant edit on top of the first page and just read the body of the post lol. Your idea of imgur is a good one. I just use the link from the bank. Very small chance of it getting deleted. However both my BoA and Freedom cards in my signature were origionally the old ones and auto updated when the bank updated them. 


The problem with using a bank image is that while they might be more stable than 'random' images, the links do change... trust me, I've fixed enough signatures lately to know this to be fact.

 

Also, people with discontinued or more obscure cards with smaller issuers are more likely to have broken links if they link back directly to the bank... I've seen this recently with old Amex offerings.  The image might still be somewhere on the site, but the old link no longer works and the siggy is broken.

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

I was finally, FINALLY able to re-add the little credit card pictures to my signature after they went all wonky earlier this year.  Kind of silly, but it's been on my "to-do" list for a while now.  Smiley Happy


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