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Right-click on this image, and select "Properties" from the drop down box. In the middle of the panel ...
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Right-click on this image, and select "Properties" from the drop down box. In the middle of the panel that displays, you'll see the URL (web address). Copy that and then paste the URL of the boucy santa into your signature.
In the Properties panel, you have to start your selection at the very top -- the "http" and then click and drag until the full URL shows (it'll scroll a little until you get the very end of the file's ".gif" part.)
I'm posting it here as text, but you'll have to piece it together into one long string
You probably weren't putting it between the "tags." To add an image, you have to have the "IMG" tag before and after the URL.
So, the string would look like this:
(I had to insert the asterisks inside the IMG tags so it would show as text and not show the bouncy santa. If you want, you could copy that whole line above, past it into your signature edit box, but remember to remove the asterisks at the start of the first tag and also at the end tag.)
Alternately, you could copy the URL (without the tags) and click the "insert image" icon at the top of your entry box -- it looks like a yellow square with a mountain and sun on it.) Then, in the pop-up box that appears, paste the URL and hit "Ok"