Do you have problems getting your Email Signature in Thunderbird to have click able links. To like your blog, Your business website , Facebook or any thing else.
Well, it was a real bugger for me and after a lot of Internet searching. I finally found some directions and decided to pot this here on my blog for others and as a reminder for myself. Yep. I have a bad memory, some days worse then others. So this is a good place for me to post stuff just so I can find it later. So if it helps you as well, hey, that is a double benefit. LOL!
So here we go, In as simple steps as I like to do it.
1. Open your Thunderbird email and click "Write Mail"
And in the body of the email type what you want. Like your name and the name of your links. ( Change Fonts, Size and Color now).
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And select the line of words and click the "Picture" up in the tool bar above your email text box and select "Link" and you will see your words and a line to paste your link. And hit OK.
2. Click any where in the email text box and Ctrl + A ( this will select all your Signature)
3. While that is selected go up to the Tool bar and select INSERT > HTML . You will see a box with all kinds of codes for the text selected in step 2. With that box up hit Ctrl + A, (it will highlight all) then Ctrl + C (it will now copy to clipboard). And CLOSE do not insert.
4. Up top on tool bar. Go to TOOLS > ACCOUNT SETTINGS . Click on your email and see a box with your name and email address and under that a box. SIGNATURE TEXT.
Check the box above it "Use HTML" this will allow you to insert your Signature in there. So Click in the box and Ctrl + V to paste. And Click OK. the box will close.
Now to test. Close that email . Don't save. And open a new email. Write. and email this to yourself. Enter YOUR email address. Add a subject like Test New Signature. And type some thing in the body like, "Check click able links in Signature. This is how I remember what I'm doing, Yes, no memory and short term. LOL.
You should also see your new signature at the bottom. But you want to test the click able links. So send and check your email. Open it, and click each line and see if they are what you want. If so, Congrats. You did it.
If not, Start from the beginning. Its not really a lot once you do it a couple of times.
I hope this helps others with Thunderbird email.
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