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You can basically just use any webhost that doesn't block hotlinking images, which there are a lot of ;)

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Or you can use one that blocks hotlinking, but save it as a .txt file instead of .gif or .jpeg :)

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Oh yeah, and if you're getting an imagehost, make sure they don't have a time expiration. Cuz some just give you ~3 weeks then put their own ad instead of your sig. It's really annoying.

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I used to use deviantart.com. they have a lot of people there and probably wont notice you posting hosting pics off there as long as the pics aren't copyrighted ;)

Or you could get someone who has a host or server to host it for you, I could do it if you'd like, as long as it isn't a ton of pictures ;)

MGM out

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I used to use deviantart.com.

deviantart rocks!

Anyways, I suggest you host it with 1ASPHost.com. Geocities sucks. Granted they're free, they have louse bandwidth and you have to change extensions. This is what you get from 1ASPHost.com:

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How amusing. I was just looking for "forum signature hosting" in Google and this thread came up as #1 in the search results. Go figure.

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How amusing. I was just looking for "forum signature hosting" in Google and this thread came up as #1 in the search results. Go figure.

Wow, that's pretty fruity. Oh, and I oughta warn you for double postin'. :cool:

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You might want to try http://www.signaturebar.com too. They provide FREE hosting for signatures and userbars. The host with no restrictions (i.e. they wont delete after 30 days etc) However they do have size limitations on the size of the sig.

A good place to get requests and general signature related stuff..

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