How to add a signature/copyright symbol
I was wondering if there is a way to add a signature, if not even a copyright symbol.
The blog I need help with is sonsothunder.wordpress.com.
Click here for a copyright symbol http://www.copywriting-on-demand.com/how-to-type–copyright-symbol.htm
Click here to create a signature http://www.mylivesignature.com/
Once you have uploaded the images to your computer you can resize them to suit and then they can be uploaded into individual blog posts, pages and widgets as images. http://en.support.wordpress.com/images/
Thank You, I’ll do that .. appreciate the help
You’re welcome and happy blogging. :)
Well, either I’m not understanding..and doing something right… on the Copyright application.. by “Holding the “Alt” key, and typing 0169″
Or, for what ever reason, it’s not working.
If that’s not working then do a screenshot of the image.
How do I do a screen shot?
OOPS! There are now instructions in the wordpress.som support documentation http://en.support.wordpress.com/make-a-screenshot/
Ok, I hate to keep bothering you.. but, as you probably already know, I’m not all that computer savvy..
Can I upload this copyright image through my regular websites File Manager, and add it to my Photo Gallery? And then move it to the WordPress blogs etc?
You upload the image to your desktop and then follow the instructions here http://en.support.wordpress.com/images/ and upload the image to your blog post or page as the case may be.
Ok, thanks, I’ll try and figure it out from that.. nice site you have by the way.
This is off topic sort of, but I’ve never been able to figure out why Windows makes it so difficult. If I want a copyright symbol on Mac, all I do is hold down the option key and type “g” and there it is. If I don’t know the key combination for a particular character, I bring up the keyboard viewer, and as I hold down various keys (ctrl, alt/option, or command), the keyboard viewer shows me the different characters I would get by pressing the various other keys on the keyboard.
for a copyright symbol, type this in html:
or, also in the html editor:
& # 1 6 9 ;
without the spaces …
ampersandhashmark169 on windows xp produces the copyright symbol.
Although © works just fine and the end result is the copyright symbol on another site that I have… here for some reason it takes the ©
Oh well, learn something everyday on these things, thanx to great people like you all..and thanks again for all your help.
Issue Resolved!!!!! ( ©)
That was supposed to say that here, along with the © it also takes the ;
thanks again all of you and Merry Christmas!!!!
I’m glad we got this sorted. Thanks for the Merry Christmas wishes which I’m sending right back to you with a big smile. :) Happy Solstice and a Merry New Year!
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