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    Talking Own Subprofile!

    How do you make your own subprofile. I don't mean like use buddyprofile or something i mean your own out of codes that opens in the profile window on aim. anyone know how to do that?

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    is this a webdesign question or an im question?

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    hey i know you asked me on aim and i feigned ignorance, but the profile window just opens a webpage. if u put a link in your profile to a webpage on a server and have it open inside the window instead of a new one, it will read the page and display it like a profile.

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    note: when making ur webpage to be your new profile, use small fonts and dont use CSS, only use the font tag and tables. that's what it reads.

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    how do i have it open in the lil profile window on aim?

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    make a hyperlink to the page..

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    it opens the link in IE though.

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    Re: Own Subprofile!

    Originally posted by youlilsheshe
    How do you make your own subprofile. I don't mean like use buddyprofile or something i mean your own out of codes that opens in the profile window on aim. anyone know how to do that?
    You can't.

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    y not?

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    Because subprofiles aren't made that way. You just go to http://www.subprofile.com and fill in the necessary information, and viola! The subprofile is created for you.

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