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I need a code to make a website link button


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Nickolas Roma

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I have not been able to find a code to make a website link button for my proboards forum i would like to have one for a signature and one to post on other boards and websites. can any one help me with this i have a graphic made and i have the link if you need it.
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thenotch

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Not sure I am getting you here, but if you are just talking about a hyperlink all you need is to to use the BBCode in your signature.

For example:

[url=http://yourlink.com][img]http://yourimagelocation.com/yourimage.gif[/img][/url]


Again, not sure if that is what you are asking....
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Major Payne

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And for web pages:

<a href="http://yourlink.com/.../filename.html" title=""><img src="http://yourlink.com/yourimage.gif alt="" /></a> LOL If you'll clarify as thenotch requested, we'll know if these are what you want.

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The BBcode can sometimes be this. Just try what works.
[url=http://yourlink.com][img=http://yourimagelocation.com/yourimage.gif][/url]

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Nickolas Roma

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yup those were what i needed thanks

http://orderofthehea...roboards105.com
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With the number of examples given, you were bound to find the one right for you. :whistling: Glad you got your problem resolved and thanks for using GTG.

Ron
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