signature Issue

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When I try to edit my signature get this error message?
Any one has the same problem? If yes, then let me know.....

404. Sorry, we can't seem to find that page, click here to return to the homepage

Maybe this happens when I put links there in my signature?
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G-hot

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Posted 6 years ago

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Gop

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Hi G-hot,

Sorry but I don't know what you are referring to when you say "signature"?
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G-hot

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Check my forum, and you will find what the problem is ...
Check my signature there.
Click on the links in my signature and you will see an error message.

http://freetool.yolasite.com/forums.p...
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Hello G-hot

I'm presuming that you mean the two last links displayed in italic letters?
When I click on them, I also get error messages.

When I take away the "#" character from the URL, I'm getting this URL which takes me to another page of the same Yola website: http://freetool.yolasite.com/forums.p...

The same goes for the second link: http://freetool.yolasite.com/forums.p...

Are these the pages you are expecting to see when you click on the links?
If so, you will need to correct the URLs for these links.

Please let me know should you need any assistance with this.
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G-hot

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Yeah right.How should I fix this?
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Hello G-hot

You will need to edit the HTML code of these links. The HTML code includes the URLs of your links, and you will need to manually remove the # character from the URL shown in the code when you view the HTML Editor.

If your links are in a Text Widget, just click into the Text Widget. At the top of the page there should now be the Text Editing Toolbar. Click on the blue "HTML" button on the very right-hand side to access the HTML code of your Text Widget. Search for the URL of your links and remove the # character. Click on "OK" or "Save". The links should now be working.

If your links are in an HTML Widget, click on "Edit" in the left corner of the Widget to open the HTML Editor. Proceed the same way as described for the Text Widget above.

Let me know if you should have any difficulty editing your HTML code.