UPDATE: The site: http://sig.grumpybumpers.com/ is back up! You can still use this site where you can use a Signature Rotator:
A small guide will be at the end of this post to instruct on how to use the SignAvatar Sig Rotator.
Hey guys, I've recently taken an interest in collecting signatures. So this guide is for those who have a collection of signatures they want to show off but just can't pick one.
What is a Sig Rotator?:
Exactly what it sounds like, it lets you rotate between signatures you want to display. Basically it lets you compile an amount of signatures all into one code. You input that code into your signature section and your rotator is set.
-So after a certain amount of refreshes, your signature will switch to a different signature. And so on and so on.
Click this link: Universal Sig Rotator
or put http://sig.grumpybumpers.com/
in your address bar
You will then be taken to a page like shown in the picture below. There's no registration through email required, just make up a Username and Password.
Retype the password you entered in Step 2. Then click Submit.
Enter the Direct Link
for you signatures in the boxes provided.
Where can I find the Direct Link?:
Here is an example using imageshack
Copy the code that it gives you then paste it in your signature section. Your signature section is located in the "About Me" tab when editing your profile.
Make sure there are [img] tags around your code.
A completed code for your sig rotator will look like this:
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I hope this guide was able to help you set up a successful Sig Rotator and that you enjoy showing off your new sig rotator!
SignAvatar Signature and Avatar Rotator Guide:
This rotator is also free and lets you rotate signatures and avatars(avatar rotator not for Aeria forums. Aeria requires you to upload an image for your avatar rather than use a url). You just need to register. Only requires you to use an email, make a username, and make a password. Here is a helpful Youtube guide I found to help with setting up your Signature Rotator:
SignAvatar Youtube Guide
Credits go to GirlBlunder and Isador. Their guides got me interested in using a sig rotator for the first time. And credits to xsherbearx for the Youtube guide.