Automatically add a signature to your posts in Blogger // Automatically add a signature to your posts in Blogger

I’ve got a quick and easy Blogger tutorial for you today. Here’s how to add a signature, social media links or anything you like automatically to the bottom of every post.

Click into Settings > Posts and Comments and look for Post Templates… // Automatically add a signature to your posts in Blogger

Add your code and save. Your signature image will automatically appear in the post box next time you go to write. // Automatically add a signature to your posts in Blogger

If you want to align your signature wrap it in a div: <div align=”right”><img src=””></div>

 Easy peasy!


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  1. says

    Do you know if there is a feature like this on I’ve currently been manually inserting my signature on every post but I would love to have something like this.

  2. says

    I didn’t know this was possible! What size would you suggest for the signature? I’m going to try to create an image on Pixlr to use as my signature.

    • says

      Hmmm – it may be something with your template that is blocking it. If you’d like to email the code your putting in the box and I take a peek and make sure nothing is wrong there.

      • says

        Hi Sarah,

        I think it was blogger playing up :( I’ve now started writing a new post and suddenly it’s working.

        Thanks for this! I love your blog and all the little tutorials and tips. You’re amazing :) xx

  3. says

    Hey I’ve got a question about this. I had a client who I did this for her and her blog background was black. Anyway I made her signature on a transparent background and it worked correctly the first time we tested it, but ever since then it’s showing up with a white background, which looks awful against the blog’s black background. Any idea how to fix this?? I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. (I built it in Illustrator and saved as a PNG w/ a transparent background).

    • says

      You can upload your photo to Blogger – I have a draft post that I add images into – or upload it somewhere like Photobucket. Then grab the image code I posted at the end and insert your image URL isntead of mine.

  4. says

    Thank goodness I found you!!

    Thanks for the tip! I’ve been wanting to do this forever, but I guess I was too lazy to google it! I’m now following, LOVE your blog! You are definitely original!


  5. Katta says

    I run a blog with my friend – is there a way to add different signatures for her posts vs my posts?

  6. says

    I keep trying this and get a broken link as the signature. I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong. If you have a chance, can you check my code below that I am entering in the Post Template box in blogger? :)

  7. says

    The signature appears as the first image you see. Also it is not the image what I see is that tiny case that tells you there’s an image when you are not able to see it. What can I do?
    Thanks for the post, you’re awesome!

  8. says

    Hi Sarah, this worked fine for me except when I go to view my blog and see my signature, there is a transparent/cloud-like border around my signature instead of it blending into the white background.. you can tell that it’s an image and see like a box around it.. is there any way to fix this?

  9. says

    This was very helpful. The only thing that I don’t know how to remove is the the box that seems to be made after I publish the posts. When I’m writing the signature blends with the background and when I publish it there is some sort of box that appears. Any way I can remove it?

  10. hmsarthistorian says

    Is there a way to simply add text to the beginning of each post, i.e., not a signiture image at the end? Thanks!

    • sarah says

      You could probably use this same method. All it does is add it to every new post edit box, so you could place it at the beginning or the end.