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Offline lyndawrites Reading The Twopenny-Hat Detective by Brian Sellars
23 Mar 2012, 07:32 PM | Post: #11

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

(23 Mar 2012 05:16 PM)joo Wrote:  You can use the Amazon one as an image if you want.

If you like this below, I'll copy it to your signature


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What? But ... but ... but, that's perfect. Oh! Yes, please Joo. Please do copy it. I can see the code you used while I type this, but can't make head nor tail of it. For the sake of my sanity, can you also, please, explain what you did?

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Offline joo Reading Off The KUF Vol I
23 Mar 2012, 08:20 PM | Post: #12

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

I can't explain it any more than the explanations I've alread made.
I had to peek at someone else's to work it out myself.
Just look at each piece of the puzzle bit by bit. Both inside and outside of the code.
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Offline Jennie Lee Reading Course notes for Pilates Teacher Training
24 Mar 2012, 07:00 AM | Post: #13

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

(23 Mar 2012 08:20 PM)joo Wrote:  I had to peek at someone else's to work it out myself.
Just look at each piece of the puzzle bit by bit. Both inside and outside of the code.

YAY!! Thank's, Joo!

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Offline Jennie Lee Reading Course notes for Pilates Teacher Training
24 Mar 2012, 08:25 AM | Post: #14

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

Me again ...

Would anyone know how to increase the spacing between my sign off name and the smilie? I want to centre the smiley face over MOONGOLLY below but it ignores the extra space character.

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Offline Alan G. Brown Reading
28 Mar 2012, 05:33 PM | Post: #15

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

Just tried changing mine, but got stuck on the image. Is this done in the same way as copying the image in a post? If so, I believe Internet Explorer doesn't allow this. Also, all copies I've manged to get off Amazon have that annoying "Look Inside" banner. I must be getting old.
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Offline joo Reading Off The KUF Vol I
28 Mar 2012, 07:17 PM | Post: #16

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

Alan
If you use the images from here http://www.amazon.co.uk/Alan-G.-Brown/e/B006C20LNQ they are a nice size and no "look inside". I usually right click on them and do properties and select the URL address to paste inside IMG tags
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Offline Jennie Lee Reading Course notes for Pilates Teacher Training
29 Mar 2012, 07:29 AM | Post: #17

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

(28 Mar 2012 05:33 PM)Alan G. Brown Wrote:  I must be getting old.

You can't be getting old, Alan -- you're a Junior Member like me Cool

This forum has given me hope for eternal youth.
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Offline Susanne Reading The Rose Petal Beach by Dorothy Koomson
29 Mar 2012, 12:28 PM | Post: #18

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

(29 Mar 2012 07:29 AM)Moongolly Wrote:  
(28 Mar 2012 05:33 PM)Alan G. Brown Wrote:  I must be getting old.

You can't be getting old, Alan -- you're a Junior Member like me Cool

This forum has given me hope for eternal youth.

Just keep posting and you won't be a junior for long! Big Grin
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Offline Alan G. Brown Reading
30 Mar 2012, 06:27 PM | Post: #19

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

Thank you Joo - so easy (when the Internet decides to work). Your directions are perfect.
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Thanks also to Moongolly for making me laugh after a tough Friday at work - and for making me feel young.

And lastly, thanks to Susanne, because a junior always wants to be an adult, while an adult yearns for those lost years.

Writing is what keeps me young at heart.
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Offline Jennie Lee Reading Course notes for Pilates Teacher Training
31 Mar 2012, 04:55 AM | Post: #20

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RE: Displaying one's books in the signature

Your signature looks nice and neat, Alan. I'll have to try and tidy mine up one of these days.

I like the look of The Life Pool from what I read in the description.
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