Syn's guide to emotes in commentsFor years the dA community has been crying out for a way to use community made emoticons in comments all around dA. Whilst the Emoticon Legend offers a limited range of emotes, it is rarely updated with new emoticons and many of the emotes on there have become outdated. After several failed attempts at a revamped system, dA is starting to roll out an awesome new system for inserting community emoticons into comments.Syn's guide to emotes in comments1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Whilst this system has been in place on Sta.sh for a while now, it appears some people have missed it, so I thought I would throw together a short tutorial on the basics of the system. Along with community made emoticons, the new sidebar can be used to insert images from your own gallery and deviations from anywhere on dA. However, I will focus only on the emote side of things.
Step 1 - Add Media
When you click on the box to insert a new comment, there are now two options avail
PE: How to use Stamps (Even without a Premium)How to use StampsPE: How to use Stamps (Even without a Premium)1 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
In this tutorial I will teach you how to use stamps! Stamps are a very fun way to decorate your page and show your personality, your likes, your dislikes, etc! And you don't even have to be a premium member to do so!
Okay, so let's first figure out how to even get stamps on your page in the first place, shall we?
First thing you should do is find the thumb code on the deviation page, which can be found here (scroll down some to get there):
And then copy and paste the thumb code to where you want to have it on your profile!
This works pretty much anywhere on your page where you can put text, even if you do not have a premium membership.
For non-premium users, you can place stamps in the following places:
Featured deviation widget
Newest deviations widget