Signature Rules & Check Thread
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December 5th, 2011 (7:30 AM).
HOW TO FIGURE OUT IF YOUR SIGNATURE IS WITHIN THE LIMITS WITHOUT HELP FROM THE STAFF!!!!
a. Is there a scroll box appearing? If there is, your signature is too tall and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
b. Is your signature more than 600 pixels wide, excluding text? If it is, your signature is too wide and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
c. Does your signature contain a spoiler? If it does, your signature cannot include a spoiler tag and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
d. Do you have CSS in your signature that uses % width? If you do, your signature cannot use that and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
e. Did you use CSS to make your signature wider than 600 pixels? If so, CSS fall within the 600 pixel rule and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
f. Are any of the images in your signature over 1MB in file size? If so, signatures cannot exceed 1MB and will be disabled if a staff member notices.
If there is no scroll box, your signature is less than 600 pixels wide (excluding text, which can exceed this limit), you are using CSS without a % used for width, your CSS is within the 600 pixels allowed, and the images in your signature is 1MB or less, your signature is within the rules.
The point of simplifying the rules was so that we has a more understanding system that didn't require members to constantly be posting here to ask if their signature was within the limits. The thread was left open for questions/comments/concerns/problems regarding the new rules and to address those. Not if your signature is within the limits, which you can check on your own without relying on a staff member.
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