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    New Signature Policy - Private Signatures

    Effective immediately, the signature policy is changed. It can be read here: The PuritanBoard - Signature/Profile Reqts

    Your public signature that appears at the bottom of your post must minimally contain:
    Your first name
    Office Held/Denomination
    Location

    You are permitted to add more to your public signature (including the limitations regarding the number of rows and quotes, etc) but you are not required to share any additional information:

    BUT

    You are required to keep your user profile fully filled out: http://www.puritanboard.com/profile.php?do=editprofile

    There you must add your name (first and last) as well as the other pertinent information. Even though it is called a public profile, the public profile is viewable to only members of the board. Accountability for your posts is maintained while the public profile does not release any information for those uncomfortable with sharing more.
    Rich
    Ruling Elder, Licentiate, Under Care, Hope of Christ Church (PCA), Northern VA
    Student, New Geneva Theological Seminary

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    Bro Rich - read the tutorial - used this code minus **:

    [img]**http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2030/2172679567_acdbb18e8b.jpg[/img]

    not working - what am I doing wrong?

    PS - I know I need to change the image to conform to the rules
    JD Longmire
    Membership in Process
    1st Pres Ocean Springs, MS

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    I disabled the ability to add images to the signature as it was slowing down the site. The new Signature policy eliminates the need for image sigs now. A few usergroups still have the privilege but the majority do not.
    Rich
    Ruling Elder, Licentiate, Under Care, Hope of Christ Church (PCA), Northern VA
    Student, New Geneva Theological Seminary

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    Quote Originally Posted by SemperFideles View Post
    I disabled the ability to add images to the signature as it was slowing down the site. The new Signature policy eliminates the need for image sigs now. A few usergroups still have the privilege but the majority do not.
    completely understand! Thanks for the clarification!
    JD Longmire
    Membership in Process
    1st Pres Ocean Springs, MS

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    Quote Originally Posted by SemperFideles View Post
    I disabled the ability to add images to the signature as it was slowing down the site. The new Signature policy eliminates the need for image sigs now. A few usergroups still have the privilege but the majority do not.
    So I guess I'll have to stop working on the diorama of Reformed history I was working on to add to my signature.
    Pax,
    Richard Elliott
    Midlothian, Virginia
    Deacon, Presbyterian Church in America
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    I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else. , C. S. Lewis

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    Thanks, I am happy for the changes.
    Polo
    Layman, Chinese Evangelical Church/Independent
    San Diego

    For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. (Romans 11:36)

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