Banner Workshop closed for the time being

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Rabiat
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Postby Rabiat » Fri Apr 02, 2010 11:13 am

Thanks a lot for your wonderful banners! While I agree with Littlewoman that her Haltonhills banner is very nice, it cannot beat my bacon!
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Postby littlewoman » Thu Apr 08, 2010 3:38 am

:lol: ,
Yeah, you sure have a point there.

That wasn't easy, I thought it would be impossible. Sure enough our good Count Count thrilled our whole guild... I wish Count Count could have read all the notes posted on our bof board...

I'm going to keep an eye out for any of his posts here and see what is new with him... :roll:

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Postby Count Count » Sun Apr 11, 2010 12:00 pm

Hi there
Long time no see! Image

For now, this banner workshop is closed. Maybe I´ll reopen it sometime in the future, but I can´t say when.

Thanks for the nice feedback. If you want some rework done (for instance if you changed your city name or so) please contact me via IGM. I´m frequently log in to my city - not as often as I did last year, but still - and another name on the banner or stuff like that can be done quiet easily
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Postby Count Count » Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:52 pm

requested via IGM:

Hi Brent
Weekend was busier than I thought, nevertheless here is my first try; might not be as you imagined it, but maybe you still like it:

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[img]http://img709.imageshack.us/img709/554/stonehaven.jpg[/img]


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Postby Fierz » Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:34 am

Count.....

You really never cease to amaze me! You're work is beautiful! :D
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Postby Count Count » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:39 pm

requested via IGM
Since no additional info has been provided, i just made one with a gracht on it. If you like to have something different, please don´t hesitate to post your wishes here or sent an IGM
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Re: Banner Workshop closed for the time being

Postby Count Count » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:54 pm

Hello Amstelgracht,
Q: How to get the banner into your signature?
A: short version: copy the url of the image, go to your board profile, where you can edit your sig, paste it there und put [img] tags around it (by using the "img" button)

A: long version:

Glad you like the banner. Since you might be not only one who needs to get accustomed to the forum software, my answer to your question here:
first: you need the url of your banner (you can get the url of any image on the web by right-clicking on it and then choose "copy image adress")
--> in your case it´s

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http://img267.imageshack.us/img267/46/amstelgracht.jpg

second: you must tell the board software that this is an image and you would like it to been shown as an image (and not as a link for instance). You can do this by using bbcode of the board,i.e. putting img-tags around the url
--> in your case it´s

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 [img]http://img267.imageshack.us/img267/46/amstelgracht.jpg[/img]


now: copy the code line above, yes with the [img]....[/img] around it

third: you paste that code into your signature: Go to
--> "user control panel" ( above, left hand: just under "board index), then chose
--> "profile" , then chose
--> "edit signature"
--> paste the code there
--> click "submit" und you´re done

prosperous business !

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