I've had many questions on how to make a signature appear for each post. So here ya go! I've found two different ways of inserting a signature in each post. The first way is without messing with any of your blog's HTML code--the easy way. This way only inserts the image in future posts and the image is in the actual post itself.(can accidentally be deleted!) If you do it this way the image for your signature will appear just as any other image in your post. (not such a great idea if your images have borders or drop-shadows)
The second way is to use HTML to automatically put a signature image at the bottom of every post, past and future--the harder way.
Without further ado...
Post Signature the easy way
Create your signature in whatever image editing software that you use. (I personally use GIMP because it is free and works well for what I need)
I would include your name and make the design represent your blog's feel and design. Make it represent you!
Upload your image using whatever image hosting site that you use. (I would suggest imgur because it is free, doesn't downsize images, privacy settings, is easy to navigate, and usually loads quickly)
Yes, I know I said there wasn't html involved the easy way. What I meant was that you don't have to go messing with your blog's html. You kinda need html in order for your image to appear. =P
<a><img height="IMG HEIGHT IN PX" src="DIRECT LINK TO YOUR IMAGE" width="IMG WIDTH IN PIXELS"/></a>
Now let's take it apart...
<a>--this is just letting blogger know that this next part is a certain type of html
<img--letting blogger know that the following code is for an image
height="IMG HEIGHT IN PX"--this is just the height of your image. Your image will load faster if the height and width is given.
scr="DIRECT LINK TO YOUR IMAGE"--this is the source that the image comes from. Replace DIRECT LINK TO YOUR IMAGE with the direct link to your image. =P Don't delete the quotation marks around it!
width="IMG WIDTH IN PIXELS"--this is just the width of your image.
/>--end of the image section
</a>--end of the specified code
Your code should look something like this:
<a><img height="133" src="//22.214.171.124/e/364/9504693d-aeeb-4bc6-8b93-96398b2d021f.png" width="200" /></a>
Go to your dashboard> Settings> Formating
Next week will be the 'harder' way to create a post signature. =P
Love in Christ,