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Greetings! I've been lurking for a while and decided it was time to register and join in.

My name is Terri and I run a small business named Circle X Ranch. I have my own line of collectible action figures styled after the Johnny West toys of the 1960s.

I am venturing into dye-sub printing to make mugs, shirts, and other collectibles that (I hope) will appeal to my customers. Also goodies for promos. If it works, I hope to branch out into more typical custom work.

I have an employee (who is cheerier when he is getting paid) to work the press and a fair to middlin' following, so I hope I have a foot into marketing.

I have my mug press and my first case of mugs. I'm waiting on the transfer paper and a printer I purchased with a starter set of cartridges. If I like it and it works, I will go to CISS. Next is a shirt press and stock of shirts.

So, I'm hear looking for the technical stuff you don't find in the mainstream. I'll try not to be too much of a noob!

Noob question #1: If I am reading the rules correctly, no links in my forum signature?

Terri
 

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Here's the rules from the FAQ.

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In order to keep the page loading time of the forums to a minimum and to allow the t-shirt discussions to be easy to follow, we have adopted the following guidelines for signatures. Ideally, your "signature" should include your name and/or your business name and a link to your personal or business website(s). To be specific:


  • The maximum font size allowed in signature lines is 2.
  • The maximum number of lines in a signature is 2.
  • The maximum number of hyperlinks in a signature is 2.
  • No images allowed in signatures except for a maximum of 2 non-animated T-ShirtForums smilies.
  • Signature text should comply with our regular posting rules. No all-caps, no AlTERnAtInG caps, etc.
  • Signature text that is too long or obtrusive will be removed. This would include overly creative use of punctuation, color, etc. which make the signature too flashy
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Hope this helps.
 
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