Support your group and inspire others by adding a badge to your e-mail signature, website, blog and more! It's easy:
You can add a badge to your signature in Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Mail Classic:
Just paste the badge code from above into the space provided for your signature, making sure to use rich text mode in Yahoo! Mail, and HTML mode in Yahoo! Mail Classic. You'll need to compose messages in rich text mode for the badge to work.
Instructions for setting up e-mail signatures in AOL mail systems can be found here:
In the space provided for your signature, simply paste the badge code displayed above.
If you use Outlook or Outlook Express, see Microsoft Office Online for instructions on how to create a signature in your version of Outlook or Outlook Express.
If your mail system supports HTML signatures, you can use the code displayed above to add a badge to your signature. Some mail systems - like Windows Live Hotmail - do not allow images or HTML in signatures at all. You'll find workarounds for others online, but tinkering with your mail system can cause problems. If you don't see a way to add a badge to your signature, contact the company that provides your mail system and ask how to add HTML code to your signature.
You can use badges in your blog and many other websites.
You can use badges in any other bulletin board, forum or website that allows HTML code in posts or signatures.
For posts: When you're done composing a post go into the "view code" or "HTML code" mode, if available, and paste the badge code at the bottom of your post.
For signatures: Include the badge code displayed above in your signature and enable any options to allow HTML in your signature.