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Where would I post a question related to how to make a dynamic signature. It involves, web applications, coding, graphics.

I posted in web applications, and the question was closed. Where should I post it?

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Your question over there is lacking a detail: what signature on/to what? It's not clear at all in what context that signature would be used. – Mat Nov 20 '11 at 20:34
To begin with, no one is likely to know for sure what you mean by 'dynamic signature'. A particularly energetic bit of handwriting? A frequency signature? Something else? – Rosinante Nov 20 '11 at 21:06
True but I explained it in the post. – ComputerLocus Nov 20 '11 at 21:10
Not in this post. – Rosinante Nov 21 '11 at 0:46
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It isn't clear which forum you are using (I don't know whether each forum uses the same format).

Also the signature comes down to some sort of html and embed problem.

See these questions tagged signature to see an example of what can kind of [signature] questions Web Applications accept.

As long as your question is about how to use a feature of an application, it should be on-topic. Forums are more in the gray area. I have opened a meta topic on Web Applications to ask others,

Should internet forums be treated as off-topic?

Next time you should also post in the site meta, so that the mods of that site can track your problem. meta.stackoverflow does not cover all SE network site topic activities

I am a moderator for Web Applications Stack Exchange

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Currently, nowhere.

You need to narrow down your question. Work at your problem until you have one specific problem. Then it should be easy to determine where it goes.

Also, you need more details. We can help you much better if we know what you're doing.

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Yes it would be nice to be that far but I don't even know where to start on it. – ComputerLocus Nov 20 '11 at 20:50
@Fogest Google is your friend. :) – John Nov 20 '11 at 20:52

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