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Badges for Your Signature

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Re: Badges for Your Signature



 


@Sloedough wrote:

Hello. I am a computer programmer. I notice that different sites have cool things.

 

For example myFICO members add their CCs to their signature, really cool.

 

I would like to introduce GitHub badges to myFICO. We use badges to note versions, operating systems and frameworks. Credit scores follow the same pattern. Check out my signature. The credit scores are badges.

 

Here is how you do it.

 

Replace [SCORE] with your actual score.

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Experian-[SCORE]-blue.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/TransUnion-[SCORE]-1ea5c8.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-[SCORE]-red.svg">


I was curious how this was done. Thanks!

 

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Experian-[727]-blue.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/TransUnion-[734]-1ea5c8.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-[732]-red.svg">

Current Scores: (as of 01.08.2019)


Total Revolving: 8.9k Util. 3% AAoA: 1 yr.

since Sep. 2018
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Re: Badges for Your Signature

Hi and welcome to our community!

 

it also works without the brackets. Look at my signature.  The first dash splits it into two fields, and the second dash is for the color. Text or hexadecimal html color codes works. You can copy the first part of your code with “Experian”, paste it over and over again, then enter any data you wish. 

 

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Experian-727-blue.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/TransUnion-734-1ea5c8.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-732-red.svg">


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Re: Badges for Your Signature

Gotcha! As you can see I'm new to the Forum lol


@_NERD wrote:

Hi and welcome to our community!

 

it also works without the brackets. Look at my signature.  The first dash splits it into two fields, and the second dash is for the color. Text or hexadecimal html color codes works. You can copy the first part of your code with “Experian”, paste it over and over again, then enter any data you wish. 

 

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Experian-727-blue.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/TransUnion-734-1ea5c8.svg">

<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-732-red.svg">


 

Current Scores: (as of 01.08.2019)


Total Revolving: 8.9k Util. 3% AAoA: 1 yr.

since Sep. 2018
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Re: Badges for Your Signature




@UncleB wrote:

@RookieCredit wrote:

Your setting's value has been changed because invalid HTML was found. The invalid HTML has been removed. Please review the value and re-submit the form when you are satisfied.

 

Thats the error I am getting.. What am I missing??? I've tried doing [695], ive tried doing just 695. both do not work for me! :/


You can't add or edit HTML in your signature until you reach the rank of 'Member'.  The more you participate on the forums, the faster you'll uprank (it doesn't take long).


I was getting the same error, too. Then I came across your post as I was reading through the thread. Thanks!

 

Current Scores: (as of 01.08.2019)


Total Revolving: 8.9k Util. 3% AAoA: 1 yr.

since Sep. 2018
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Re: Badges for Your Signature

Awesome!

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