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    Why doesn't HTML code work in a signature?

    Just what the title says. I've tried many times to hyperlink, bold or italicize things in my signature, and it never works.

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    you dont need to use html. bolding an italics are the same as a reply. click ont the b or slanted i to do those. hyperlink: click on the picture of the world with the little chains. pictures are using the img src code.
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    That's what I meant. The buttons write the HTML in, but they don't seem to work for me.

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    The tags you get when you use those buttons are actually vbcodes, not HTML. Vbcodes work in posts, but not in sigs. To get things to work in your sig, these are the tags you'll need to use:

    <b>Bold</b>

    <i>Itallic</i>

    <u>Underline</u>

    <a href="url here">This is a link</a>
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    "No, she's always quiet. We think maybe there's something wrong with her."
    "Yes... or something very right. The quiet ones are the ones that change the universe, Luc Deradi. The loud ones only take the credit."
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    Ok, cool. Thanks.

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