All this information is found in other threads, but hopefully some find it helpful to have it all together. Go to your car's mileage log. Make a note of the three or four digit number at the end of the page's URL, and substitute it into the following code in the two places where XXX appears. [NOPARSE][/NOPARSE] If you use a measurement system besides US gallons you can make the following substitutions: MPG(UK): "XXX.png" = "XXXUK.png" L/100Km: "XXX.png" = "XXXL.png" This should yield a picture that links to your mileage log and allows the viewer to see your log in his/her native measurement system. Paste the code into your signature. Here's mine. But that's not all you can do. There are a few other options for mileage graphics specific to your car. Just insert the right prefix into the end of the code you just built. Instead of ending with XXX.png, use: hisXXX.png hogsXXX.png (For an explanation, search for "hogshead" at this link) chaXXX.png (this last one is a bit big for a signature but may be useful at other times) One last thing. You can do multiple vehicles and combinations of graphics, but you're limited to 400 characters. This limits you to three linked graphics in this form. One way to fit more in (within reason - some people still use dial-up) is to use www.tinyurl.com. This site creates short URLs from long ones. Since it uses fewer characters, you can fit more into your signature. Substitute newly created tinyURLs in for the longer ones in the code you built earlier. That's it. If you need help, just reply to this thread!