I just tried out MyLiveSignature.com and created a signature, but I don't know how to add it to my blog posts. I was able to create an HTML for it or a BB code, but where do I put it?

Can anyone here help me out?

thanks so much ;)
Jacqueline

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I am using blogger, for blogger I think you go to Setting - Formatting - Post Template, n paste HTML in the box... It works, but I am not sure if you do mobile blog... It seems the signature comes on top, if you blog from the computer, then it won't be a problem, but I don't think you can control that from mobile device... I hope it helps you though!
You can create an image with a nice designed signature and add it to your template... There are many places you can use and most are for free.. Hope I can tell you which one I used but I don't remember and neither I saved the link :( Can't wait to see yours! :)
I'm on Blogspot, so this is what I do: Log in to my Blogger Account –> Dashboard –> Layout –> Edit HTML. Click on “Expand Widget Templates” and find this line:

div class="post-footer-line post-footer-line-1"

Paste this line of code just below:

img src=''the URL of your signature'

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