thats right.... the signature guidelines have been changed, so here they are in case you haven't seen them.
I am just giving you a heads up, than in around one months time we will be changing the way signatures are "policed".
Currently we have notation in our guidelines http://www.ford-trucks.com/guidelines.html
<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="0"> <tbody><tr> <td class="alt2" style="border: 1px inset ;"> Originally Posted by FTE Guidelines 6. Signatures . Please do not post overly large or obnoxious signatures. Users are here to read the content, not to be annoyed by your signature.
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Up till now, this has been manually monitored by moderators (if they see a signature that may be "overly large or obnoxious" they will contact you, and ask that you edit it.)
In approximately one months time, we are going to have the software automatically restrict signatures that are "overly large or obnoxious" to ensure this policing effort is consistent, and that other users aren't "overwhelmed" by signature content.
The restrictions will be the following:
Cannot Upload Animated GIF for Signature
Signature Image Maximum Width (pixels) - 450
Signature Image Maximum Height (pixels) - 150
Signature Image Maximum Filesize (bytes) - 20kB
Maximum Lines of text in Signature - 6
Maximum size of text - 3
Maximum Number of Images in Signature - 1
The biggest change however will be the following:
If you have a picture currently in your signature it will need to be uploaded to the site, it cannot be hosted outside of "uploading" your signature picture in the signature edit section
To do this, please go to the following link and upload your existing signature picture: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/pr...=editsignature and place (minus spaces) around the image address!
We have provided you with this notice to allow you to rectify your signatures prior to this change, and we trust it will improve your FTE experience!
Thanks for your understanding,
The FTE mod and admin team
__________________ Ryan > Kentucky chapter member
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