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[edit] Welcome

Since User:Sbemail hasn't been active since early 2007, I thought I'd answer the question you asked him here. You can do a pseudo-sbemail like so:

<blockquote class="tandy email">
This is a Tandy 400-style email.<BR>
Green green green.
</blockquote>

or

<blockquote class="compy email">
This is a Compy 386-style email.<BR>
More like three eighty SUCKS!
</blockquote>

or

<blockquote class="lappy email">
This is a Lappy 486-style email.<BR>
Warning: Five Minute Battery Life
</blockquote>

Play around with it, you'll see what I mean. If you need more help, just ask! Oh, and welcome to the wiki. =] OptimisticFool 04:29, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Thanks again, for the answer, I just did the first one on my page. now, how do you do that picture beside your orange name link?
Even before you have your own custom sig made, you can sign your posts using ~~~~. Once you start making a custom sig, you can add color and images as you like. Information on all of this can be found at HRWiki:Signature and Help:Signature. Get started from there and if you still have specific questions, just reply here. I'll keep my eye out for a reply, so you won't need to post on my talk page to get my attention. Good luck! OptimisticFool 04:40, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
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