Adds a custom signature to the very end of the post automagically.
Q: Can I insert images in signature? A: Yes, you can, by uploading images (or any legal HTML content, e.g. a piece of Flash) into your WordPress installation's file structure, e.g. /upload/images. Then, display the image (or other content) by using standard HTML instructions.
Q: Can I style the signature, e.g. italic, bold, etc.? A: Yes, you can, by using inline CSS instructions e.g. paragraph, divs, tables, color, font, headers, etc. Just remember that values like the Permalink or other values included in the plugin's architecture must be included in the form %VARIABLE%, as stated in the Admin page.
Q: Do I have to modify my template? A: No. If you use the main signature only (the 1st in the list) you can let the plugin add it automagically without even modifying a byte in your posts. If you want to CHOOSE and use a specific signature, then you have to trigger them by inserting a special comment in your post source in place of the signature (<!– ddsig1 –> for the 1st signature, <!– ddsig2 –> for the 2nd, and so on).
Q: Some more explanations? A: You can find an italian language blog page explaining everything here. Should you need a translation, I've checked and Google Translate offers a decent translation, no so smooth but clear enough for an english mother tongue to understand.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-16
Active Installs: 1,000+
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