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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Mommy Learns Something New!

Here is my new signature.

Just something I'm trying out.

If I can figure out how to use it all the time.

I've got html code. Is there some way I can format my blog so that this always appears at the end of my posts?


6 Fabulous Replies:

Wendi said...

How are you learning all this?
You may need to change the title of your blog soon.
Some suggestions:

Mommy KNOWS how to blog!
Let me teach YOU how to blog!
Follow me... I can blog!

Please share with me the signature thingy.
I have wanted to do that, but had no clue.

Phat Mama said...

That's so cool! I love it! If you find out how to do it, please teach me?

Rae said...

I made my own signature a month or two ago and have forgotten to use it lately. Thanks for the reminder!!!

duchess said...

Wendi's right....you've got this thing down pat.
You should seriously do tutorials.

Have a good day.

Shannon said...

OMG - you go girl - you rock. It looks awesome!!! Share with us your knowledge oh great one :-)

MommyTime said...

Love the signature. You need to go into your dashboard to template, click "edit HTML" and then check the box for "expand widgets." You'll see a bunch of code and a lot of < > brackets. If you look closely as you scroll down, you'll see that there are sections divided up with tags like < body > and < footer > and so on. Find the one for post footer, and then insert the code for your signature just above the bit of code that has the "posted by rach time stamp" information. You may have to play around with this a bit. If you're worried about screwing up your current template (you have to save your changes before you can see if you put the code in the right place), then I recommend starting a second Blogger blog that you just call "MY practice" or something, and making it private, so no one will be able to search it, and then mucking around with the code there. Once you get the signature in the right spot so that it's showing up in your post footers, then you'll know where to put it on your real blog. Because if you mess up the practice one, you can just hit the button to reset it to default settings and try again.

Good luck!