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THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

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

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Message 1041 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Thank you. These are helpful instructions on adding HTML to your siggy. Smiley Happy

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Message 1042 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Any idea what the "magic" number is when HTML and photos are permitted in the signature line?

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Message 1043 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Been awhile since i posted this, but just in case it could help someone out... 

 

This is how i do it on my PC for those of you that were wondering. Smiley Happy

1. Finding your image on google images. (I have found putting in credit card at the end really does tend to help alot) save as with prefered card name. 
2. I setup a folder on mine just for card images so that it's easier to find and upload them together.
3. Goto Imgur.com (setup acct if need be) and upload all the images in your folder there. When you click on the image it will bring up a box with that image and to the right of it a direct code link. you will be able to copy (or click the copy button) so that you can paste it into the html code in the next link.
4. If you are a Garden Club/MyFico challenge member, you will put in the code from (page one of the garden thread) first followed by each card in it's own code. Make sure not to leave any spaces between the html codes or you will end up with a really long siggy. Here is the HTML code you will use:
<img height="45" width="65" src="https: //i.imgur.com/2UCCiMX .jpg" border="0" title="CapOne Platinum | $500">
The red part is where you will paste the direct code link from imgur between the "'s
The blue part is where you will enter in the card type and limit ( this part is optional, and it will show up when someone hovers over the card on a pc or clicks on it when using mobile)
5. If you want to have your Stats in buttons this is the code for that. Since you will want to sperate these from the cards use <br> with out leaving any spaces as that is a line break symbol and will do it for you.
<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-525-0867E0.svg">
The red part is the first box you can enter the stat name you want here. ( CB, inq, gardening date etc.)
The blue part is the Amount or second part of the stat you want shown.
The green part is the Color code you want it to show in. (you can google html color codes, and there are sites that have a color map to help)

 

Hope this helps, and its fairly simple once you get used to it.  Smiley Happy




Message 1044 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE


@Credit_Mama wrote:

Any idea what the "magic" number is when HTML and photos are permitted in the signature line?


Hi @Credit_Mama, you have to be at the rank of 'Member' or higher, which you now are.  Smiley Wink

 

(I double-checked, and the system has updated your permissions to allow HTML.)

Message 1045 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Thank you, UncleB!!

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Message 1046 of 1,107
Moderator Emeritus

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

Thanks Jago, this was really helpful.


Message 1047 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE


@Jago22 wrote:

Been awhile since i posted this, but just in case it could help someone out... 

 

This is how i do it on my PC for those of you that were wondering. Smiley Happy

1. Finding your image on google images. (I have found putting in credit card at the end really does tend to help alot) save as with prefered card name. 
2. I setup a folder on mine just for card images so that it's easier to find and upload them together.
3. Goto Imgur.com (setup acct if need be) and upload all the images in your folder there. When you click on the image it will bring up a box with that image and to the right of it a direct code link. you will be able to copy (or click the copy button) so that you can paste it into the html code in the next link.
4. If you are a Garden Club/MyFico challenge member, you will put in the code from (page one of the garden thread) first followed by each card in it's own code. Make sure not to leave any spaces between the html codes or you will end up with a really long siggy. Here is the HTML code you will use:
<img height="45" width="65" src="https: //i.imgur.com/2UCCiMX .jpg" border="0" title="CapOne Platinum | $500">
The red part is where you will paste the direct code link from imgur between the "'s
The blue part is where you will enter in the card type and limit ( this part is optional, and it will show up when someone hovers over the card on a pc or clicks on it when using mobile)
5. If you want to have your Stats in buttons this is the code for that. Since you will want to sperate these from the cards use <br> with out leaving any spaces as that is a line break symbol and will do it for you.
<img src="https://img.shields.io/badge/Equifax-525-0867E0.svg">
The red part is the first box you can enter the stat name you want here. ( CB, inq, gardening date etc.)
The blue part is the Amount or second part of the stat you want shown.
The green part is the Color code you want it to show in. (you can google html color codes, and there are sites that have a color map to help)

 

Hope this helps, and its fairly simple once you get used to it.  Smiley Happy


Thank you! @Jago22

I used this information directly to add to my sig... Great work on the easy guide. Smiley Happy




Started from the bottom now I'm here. Smiley Happy
Message 1048 of 1,107
Frequent Contributor

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

Just a quick note here, because I've never seen it said.  I've been a hobby coder for decades, and I've always found the best way to code is to steal other's ideas.  Haha.  If you see something in a signature that you want to implement, simply highlight the signature and right click  (These instructions are for Chrome...other browsers may vary slightly) and click on "Inspect".  This will show you the code used to display that signature.  

 

Another thing I do too is keep my signature code in a text file and edit it with Notepad.  This serves two purposes:  the signature editor here is a little difficult to use and notepad is easier, plus you are able to keep a backup copy of your signature on your computer.  

 

It's become a hobby playing around with my signature and making it something I'm proud of.  




Message 1049 of 1,107
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Re: THIS IS HOW YOU ADD CREDIT CARD PICS TO YOUR PROFILE

Thanks for the info! 


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