Tutorial on How to Add a Custom Signature to Your Blog!

A Signature is a fun way to customize your blog and it is easier than you think!

Step #1:
You need to create your custom signature in the program of your choice, I use Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop. Make sure that when you save your signature, you save it as a png file with a transparent background. If this is a step that you can't do yourself, or don't want to do yourself, email me (carolynn@dforte.com), and I can design you a custom signature for your blog for only $10!

Step #2:
Create a Photobucket Account (www.photobucket.com)
Step #3:
Upload your Custom Signature.

Step #4:
Click on your signature.
Step #5:
A similar screen below should show up. Copy the HTML Code for your signature.

Step #6:
Return to your Blog and go to your Settings and Formatting Section.

Step #7:
Scroll to the bottom and you will see a Post Template section, in the box, paste the code that you got from photobucket. Then Save.

Step #8:
Go to Layout and Edit HTML.
Step #9:
Scroll down to where you see the below text, and change the border to 0px. Then Save your template.

And you are done!



Unknown said...

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Kathy Miner said...

Hi, I have recently fell in love with your blog. I am having a bit of trouble trying to MAKE a custom signature in my paint.net program. I still can't figure out this LAYERS thing. I can't seem to get rid of the white box and I don't see where I have the option to make it transparent. I have spent many hours of trying and googeling. Can you please help with an easy tutorial. That would be very helpful. Thanks.


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Guara said...

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God Bless you!

Emily said...

thanks a lot for your tutorials! I've just created my own blog and this information is very useful for me. THANK YOU!!!

Anonymous said...

dear, carolyyn.

i've been reading your blog about how to put a custom signature at blogs.
the thing is, i don't know how to make my signature transparent.
and i saw that you would do for people but we need to pay $10.
but i can't pay that since i'm just a teenage girl.
so can you please help me?
i really want to have my very own custom signature.

this is my blog = sillyhead-doodles.blogspot.com

hope you'll reply literally.thank you very much for the inspiration :)

Anonymous said...

its me again.
can i ask one more thing?
i'm using template now.
i revert to classic tmplate.
so nw,where do i chnge the 0px thinggy.

patrick said...

Hi, thanks for sharing, its very nice . i really use this templates:)

Lisa said...

Hi Carolynn!
Your blog is awesome!
I just wanted to ask you a question because i've tried to include my signature into my blog by following the instructions,but nothing appears:(
Would you know where it could be wrong?
i uploaded a signature on "mylivesignature"and added it in my photobucket account.And then i've followed the rest of the tutorial...

This is the url of my blog:
Thanks for your help!

Lisa said...

it's me again(sorry!):i've redone the tutorial and my signature appears(yeees!)BUT it's in the top left corner of my post...oops!
and i'd like it to appear just under my post instead.
Would you have an advice?

Manda said...

I have the same thing going on as Lisa. Any advice? I found this blog bydoing a google search.

Anonymous said...

thank you sooooo much!!!!!! it's so cool to have my signature under each post!!!! and of course i've added a button of yours so every reader knows where i take my blog-goodies from!!!! keep up the good job!!!!!

Unknown said...

This is the best guide that explain each and every step of how to create a signature using this tool. You did a wonderful job by also sharing the screen shots with each step.
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