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How do I link my coin list in signature without actually showing the URL. For example I want the link to say "Coin Lists" without showing the URL itself.

 

Because you do that in your GC.com profile, you can use regular HTML. It would look something like this:

 

<a href="YOUR URL HERE">TEXT TO SHOW HERE</a>

 

Hope that helps!

 

DCC

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How do I link my coin list in signature without actually showing the URL. For example I want the link to say "Coin Lists" without showing the URL itself.

 

Because you do that in your GC.com profile, you can use regular HTML. It would look something like this:

 

<a href="YOUR URL HERE">TEXT TO SHOW HERE</a>

 

Hope that helps!

 

DCC

 

And since any 'link' can have an image that you click on instead of text you can use something like

<a href="http://www.geocaching.com/track/search.aspx?tx=28g80-fdfdea43&uid=633454-ffgda3434"><img src="http://www.geocaching.com/images/WptTypes/588.gif" border="0"></a>2006 Alberta Geocoins. The guid has been obscurred to protect the innocent.

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If you want the coin list to show in your "Signature" you use a different code. Use the brackets with the URL like this: :rolleyes:

 

Coin List

 

I stand corrected... I thought for sure that because your sig comes from your geocaching.com profile page, that regular HTML would be in order. Regular HTML is used in the field just below your sig (which makes up the body of your profile page). But I gave it a shot and you can see the results in my sig below. The first line is the "forum type" code (that Miragee suggested which uses brackets) and the second line is traditional HTML code (which has obviously been stripped from the page).

 

Learned my lesson for the day! Now I've got to get back to building websites for actual customers! :unsure:

 

DCC

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