I had originally intended to make a thread based around the Xbox 360 Gamer Cards; how to imbed them, and how to use them in general. Lelisevis' post in the "Calling all Xbox 360 Owners" thread was the final push I needed to start it. This thread will start off with instructions on how to incorporate your gamer card into threads using various techniques. I'm hoping to have following posts be from members with their gamer cards listed. There are 2 main sites dealing with gamer cards: the main Xbox Mygamer Card site, and MyGamerCard.net. The easiest one to follow is MyGamerCard.net as they will generate various URL/Codes/JGPs based on the name you input at the top of the page. I should point out that DH forums use vBulletin (PHP), and as such will easily accept postings based on BBCode format. So, by pasting the following code into a thread: HTML: [url=http://profile.mygamercard.net/Tipstaff] [img]http://card.mygamercard.net/Tipstaff.jpg[/img] [/url] (warning: do not copy/paste this from here cuz you will copy the HTML coding along with the text. follow the site link to generate a code based on your name instead. You can also copy/paste the text into a text file since you'd lose the html coding, edit it the way you want, then copy/paste it back here.) The above code would generate this picture: *Mac OSX 10.4 users: I've got something special for you folks. You can add a simple Xbox 360 Gamer Card Widget to your desktops by following THIS link. Add the widget to your desktop, and enter your gamer tag.* With that format you would be able to easily insert your Xbox 360 Gamer Tag into any posting on the DH forum, and just as easily add it as your signature. Please be kind though, and don't overdue it. I had originally added it to my signature, and in the end opted not to as the DH signature became too big with all the other crud in it. If you have alot of info in your sig already you might want to opt to link to your card instead like I did. For other ways of using the gamer tag, such as adding cards to your desktop (you can add web links to your XP desktop which is as close as we Windows users will get to widgets for now), creating flash based interactive cards for incorporating them into webpages, and others just follow the other examples on both sites listed above. Pay close attention to each pages explanation on what to do with gamer tags that have spaces in them (with MyGamerTag.net you should replace the space with a + sign, and with the Microsoft one it is a % sign). That about raps it up. So, enjoy folks, and start posting those Gamer Cards!