I've been seeing signatures on various blogs and wondered how I could get a hold of my own. I took it upon myself to scour Google and fortunately came across a site that offered the service.
Here's how I did it!
Go to http://mylivesignature.com/ and click on proceed if you don't wish to register.
Choose from either using a signature creation wizard provided by the website, draw a signature by the use of a mouse or pen tablet and lastly, through the use of a scanned image. (I chose the first method.)
For those who want to use the signature creation wizard:
Step 1: Enter the desired name into the box provided.
Step 2: Select the font.
Step 3: Select the size.
Step 4: Select the color of the signature as well as the background color.
Step 5: Set the slope for the signature.
Step 6: Copy the signature ID or save the page to use the signature in the future.
For those who want to draw their own signatures:
Step 1: Draw your signature on the screen with the use of a mouse or pen tablet.
Step 2: Click start over if you aren't satisfied with it and click create signature once you're done.
Step 3: Your signature will be generated and downloaded to your computer.
Step 4: Upload the banner into your future blog entries.
For those who want to use a scanned image:
Step 1: Upload the scanned signature on a sheet of paper and specify your image. (max: 300kb)
Step 2: Specify the width of your signature or else a default width of 350 will apply.
Step 3: Pay the service fee of either $15.95 for a Quick signature, $15.95 for a Smooth signature or $19.95 for both signatures.
The site provides animated signatures for a cost. If you wish to have a one of a kind signature which moves in real time, you can purchase it by clicking on scanned image.
Yes, I tested all three options in order for me to come up with a guide for my readers. I suggest that you avail of the free services unless you want a note worthy signature.
Toni Tralala will remain my signature for a couple of posts ahead but soon enough, Mrs. Toni Tralala shall emerge. I can't hardly wait!
Have fun with the signatures!