Yes, exactly like that. According to the information, you CAN use URLs in your signature. Mjodrey has done it with the member map, so it can be done.
Well I'll tell you if you want to know. When I go to edit signature it says your signature may contain:
- • Up to 0 images • Images up to 0 x 0 pixels • Up to 0 URLs • Up to 2 lines
Anyway while in edit mode when starting a new thread, replying to one or setting up your signature, use the link button to insert the link you want. Then click on the button at the top left of the edit window, "Toggle editing mode". Find the link you inserted, the window may scroll some when you hit the button you'll see: the link or URL you inserted twice.
The first one, starting with left brace url=, wrapped in quotes, and ending with right brace is the actual link. The 2nd one, following the closing quote and right brace and up to the ending [/url] is what gets displayed. It may be shortened up with ... in the middle somewhere if the URL is long. You can change the text of the 2nd one to whatever you want people to see, the actual URL is hidden underneath. I can't insert all the actual codes here to show you because the software will try to interpret them when displaying this reply and it will get confused.
Do not remove any braces, [ ], or quotation marks. Only change the text as I mentioned above. Toggle the editing mode again to see what will actually be displayed. Some forums provide two boxes when entering links, one for the link and one for the text to be displayed, that's easier but this way works too. Just be careful to only change the text to be displayed or you'll mess up the link and it won't work or display as you want.
Edited by HankS, December 14, 2012 - 11:12 AM.