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    Red face Save for web - with links - as a signature for use on another sites forums.


    I have recently made an image with Photoshop containing sliced images linking to various websites, I have saved this for the web. And have no problem accessing it there and using the links. However what I need to know is how I can upload it to a site such as image-shack for instance, to then be used as a forum sig whilst keeping the links in it. I really have no idea how to do this, I have tried saving the image from the web but of course, this only gives me a small white image, and not my actual image.
    Hopefully this is possible or maybe there is another way to do this.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    Re: Save for web - with links - as a signature for use on another sites forums.

    Slice your image up into whatever you want, for separate links etc then add the images to form a complete image on the forum via your signature settings console. The within the signature settings bit, add the links to the images.

    -png -b-png

    You should be able to quote this reply and see how it works. Apocalypse above points to this website, Graphics points to You-tube.

    Add each section of the image with a link to wherever you want to point it to.

    Hope this makes sense

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