Is there a way to have HTML signature on all Autoblog posts???

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  1. data84

    data84 Junior Member

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    Is there a way to place an HTML signature with links to all of the Autoblog posts automatically? If there is please let me know. THanks
     
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  2. francoisbretier

    francoisbretier Junior Member

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    Is there a way to place an HTML signature with links to all of the Autoblog posts
    yes but using linking in messages

    in auto no i do not know

    i only do all day long for the night messages
    so i give send to different timer

    good luck
     
  3. data84

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    Sorry I did not explain myself well. I was asking if there was a way to put html signature automatically at the bottom of each post if your running an autoblog.
     
  4. Kuranyi

    Kuranyi Junior Member

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    I am not sure about which platform you are talking. But you can edit the theme file. Just search for a footprint, for example "Tags:" and then insert there/before your code...
     
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    Wordpress
     
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    bump bump
     
  8. Kuranyi

    Kuranyi Junior Member

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    You have to search for a html code which is on every site of your blog. If you want to have the html code after each post you have to search for a html code which is on every site and there you insert your code.
    I can not say where because you have to edit the theme files which are always different. But lets look for this one: You see at the end of each post stand "Possibly related posts:" So search for this in each file of the theme and then insert there before your html code. Normally the file is "single.php"..
     
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