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  • IM^
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    For an elderly fellow, you did that supremely well Skipper. I am proud of you, I am.

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  • Ken "Skip" Hill
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    Very cool, IM, thanks bro.

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  • IM^
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    To the old gentleman here inquiring about the HTML code to change color.

    The correct and full way to write your signature out in HTML would be as follows:

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    <font face="verdana, arial, helvetica" size="2"><font color="#FF0000"><b>Got
    DOGGCRAPP? I do.</b></font> <a href="mailto: [email protected]">
    [email protected]</a></font>

    ==================

    This will allow you to control the exact font type, font size, font color and text appearance (my example includes bold type) of what you are writing, at least where HTML is concerned.

    However, as the HTML code on this site is off (which is done as a safety feature against malicious code), you need to use vB Code, which is a modified, simpler version of HTML that has been developed for use on vBullettin pages such as this.

    Thus, in your case, your signature should be written in the following manner:

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    [*font=verdana] [*size=2] [*color=#FF0000] [*b]Got DOGGCRAPP? I do. [*email][email protected][/email] [/color] [/b] [/size] [/font]

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    Note that:[list=1][*]You have to remove all the * from the code for it to be read correctly by the vBullettin translator. I added the * so you could read the exact line of code as it is supposed to be written; otherwise it would just have output the text in formatted form.[*] #FF0000 refers to the exact shade of red that I want to use. If you are not particular about your shades you could always use the word "RED" instead of the HTML code for the color and you would get the default shade of red.[*]I have made the email link into a direct link so that all one would need to do is click on it and the default mail program will launch with the destination email already in it.[/list=1]
    So once you have done that, it should look like this:

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    Got DOGGCRAPP? I do. [email protected]

    ==================

    Hope that was a clear and full explanation sir.

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  • Ken "Skip" Hill
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    Originally posted by jaywooly
    I'm telling you Skip, if you change to pink some, not me, but some people might think it to be a little "funny" - let's just say.
    I CAN'T without the CODE!! lol Come on, guys.

    Skip

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  • jaywooly
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    I'm telling you Skip, if you change to pink some, not me, but some people might think it to be a little "funny" - let's just say.

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  • Anadrol
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    I have no idea... is it as same as regular text or is it something special just for the board (if you know what I mean)

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  • Ken "Skip" Hill
    started a topic What is the code...

    What is the code...

    to change the color of text in signatures? lol I should know this but I have forgotten.

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